US-Secretary of State, John Kerry waves after disembarking on May 3, 2015 from his airplane at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. AFP PHOTO/TONY KARUMBA
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry sought to pacify Israeli worries over an emerging nuclear deal with Iran in an interview aired Sunday, dismissing some concerns as brought on by "hysteria" over the possible agreement.Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been one of the harshest critics the U.S.-led framework deal with the Islamic Republic, which offers it sanctions relief in exchange for scaling back its contested nuclear program.Speaking to Israel's Channel 10 television, Kerry said the deal wouldn't affect American options to counter any possible effort by Iran to build atomic weapons.
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