Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, second right, arrives for the weekly cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem, Sunday, February 23, 2014. (AP Photo/Ronen Zvulun, Pool)
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Sunday expressed concern Sunday at the progress of talks between world powers and Iran, saying that Tehran still sought to acquire a nuclear arms capability.Germany -- with the United States, China, Russia, Britain and France -- is a member of the P5 + 1 group seeking to forge a lasting nuclear accord to resolve a decade-old stand-off over Iran's nuclear ambitions.Netanyahu's strategic affairs minister, Yuval Steinitz, on Sunday met Washington's chief negotiator at the Iran talks, Wendy Sherman, who briefed him on the negotiations, Israeli army radio said.
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