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Conceding defeat, Iran deal opponents at least want a vote
9/4/2015 2:14:45 AM

FILE - In this June 10, 2015 file photo, Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., attends a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington. Booker announced his support for the Iran nuclear deal on Thursday, siding with President Barack Obama and bucking home-state pressures to say “no.” (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)WASHINGTON (AP) — Opponents of the Iran nuclear agreement have given up trying to block it. Now they're just hoping for a final Senate vote on a resolution disapproving it — even though such a resolution would be vetoed by the president.



US promising help to keep Iran in check in Middle East
9/4/2015 2:11:21 AM

FILE - In this Jan. 27, 2015 file photo, President Barack Obama meets Saudi Arabian King Salman in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The Obama administration is greeting King Salman of Saudi Arabia with assurances that a nuclear deal with Iran also comes with the necessary resources to help check its regional ambitions. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is greeting King Salman of Saudi Arabia with assurances that a nuclear deal with Iran will also come with the necessary resources to check its influence.



Hungary's Orban warns of 'tens of millions' of migrants
9/4/2015 2:06:29 AM
By Krisztina Than and Marton Dunai BUDAPEST/BICSKE, Hungary (Reuters) - Europeans risk becoming a minority on their own continent, Hungary's right-wing prime minister said on Friday, defending his country's hardline stand on migrants after hundreds spent the night stranded on a train surrounded by police. "The reality is that Europe is threatened by a mass inflow of people, many tens of millions of people could come to Europe," Viktor Orban told public radio in a regular interview. Freedom train." The migrants had wrestled with police on Thursday, some throwing themselves on the tracks insisting they be allowed to remain on the train bound for a border town near Austria.


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