Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at the 2018 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) policy conference, at Washington Convention Center, Tuesday, March 6, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took a break from his legal woes Tuesday to denounce the "radical tyranny" of Iran in a hawkish address before a pro-Israel lobby group in Washington, D.C.Trump has withdrawn Washington's endorsement of the landmark 2015 Iran deal, which America's European allies continue to regard as essential to restrain Tehran's path to nuclear breakout capacity.Israel and Trump see the deal's time limits as tantamount to providing Tehran with a path to the bomb and argue that Iran has not moderated its behavior but instead is playing an ever more dangerous game in its region.Netanyahu said he was willing to work with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to end the conflict but demanded that he first stop paying stipends to the families of Palestinians killed or jailed for committing anti-Israel acts.
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