Republican candidates vow to stop Iran nuclear bomb

By REUTERS
November 13, 2011 06:04

 
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SPARTANBURG, S.C. - Republican US presidential candidates said on Saturday they would stop Iran from developing an atomic bomb but differed over how to do it in a debate that tested their knowledge of world hotspots.

The US economy has been the No. 1 issue for the 2012 election campaign, so the CBS News/National Journal debate offered a rare opportunity to hear the candidates explain how they would handle the job as commander-in-chief.

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