Iranian President Hasan Rouhani speaks at the official Nawroz festivities at the Presidential Palace in Kabul on March 27, 2014. (AFP PHOTO/Wakil Kohsar)
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Iran and its "destabilising actions" in the Middle East remain a source of concern for Washington despite progress in negotiations over Tehran's nuclear programme, a top US official said Friday.Sunni Muslim Saudi Arabia, long wary of Shiite Iran's regional ambitions, views a November deal between world powers and Iran over its nuclear programme as a risky venture that could embolden Tehran.Rhodes said that the ongoing talks between Iran and the so-called P5+1 world powers were solely focused on Tehran's nuclear programme.Iran has always denied any such ambition.
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