Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem September 12, 2018. Thomas Coex/Pool via Reuters
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Wednesday accused European leaders of "appeasing" Iran instead of confronting its militant activity.Netanyahu had consistently called for the landmark 2015 accord to be altered or scrapped, saying it was too limited in scope and time-frame, and did nothing to stop Iran financing militant activities in the region.European powers are seeking to save the nuclear deal and have vowed to keep providing Iran with the economic benefits it received from the accord.
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