Israel rejects 'completely' mooted nuclear deal with Iran

Israel rejects "completely" a mooted world powers deal with Iran aimed at ending a long-running row over its nuclear ambitions, and will not be bound by such an accord, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has said.
A senior Israeli official quoted Netanyahu as saying late on Thursday that the agreement under consideration would bury "the possibility of having a peaceful resolution".
Netanyahu met US Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday morning for the third time in two days, with Iran once more high on the agenda. Kerry is due to fly afterwards to Geneva where Iran and six world powers are holding negotiations.
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