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Injured children rest in a field hospital in the Duma neighborhood of Damascus, Jan. 21, 2015.

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View From Washington: Diplomacy with Iran Must Not Be Derailedi
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President Barack Obama says he will veto any sanctions legislation from Congress that threatens progress on the ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran.
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Video View From Washington: Diplomacy with Iran Must Not Be Derailed

President Barack Obama says he will veto any sanctions legislation from Congress that threatens progress on the ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran.
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Video View From Washington: Terror Attacks and Freedom of Expression

Secretary of State John Kerry said, “I agree with the French Imam who…called the slain [Charlie Hebdo] journalists martyrs for liberty.
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Video View From Washington: Nuclear Negotiations Resume

A comprehensive diplomatic resolution to issues raised by Iran’s nuclear solution presents the way for Iran’s leaders to break through the isolation their country is experiencing.
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Video View From Washington: Building Common Ground in the Mideast

“If there’s any opportunity hidden in the Daesh [ISIL] challenge,” said Secretary of State John Kerry, “it’s the chance to build the common ground needed to address…shared threats and to pursue shared interests.”
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Video View From Washington: U.N. Adopts Resolution on Iran Human Rights

In December, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution expressing “deep concern at serious ongoing and recurring human rights violations in the Islamic Republic of Iran.”