Obama defends absence of Pastor Saeed Abedini from Iran nuclear deal terms

July 16, 2015

President Barack Obama on Wednesday defended the failure of the Iran nuclear deal to secure the release of jailed US citizens, insisting a suggestion that he was content with their situation was "nonsense". Three Americans, including Pastor Saeed Abedini, are known to be held in Iranian prisons.

 

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