Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) acknowledges applause at the end of his speech to a joint meeting of Congress in the House Chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington, March 3, 2015. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's controversial and long-anticipated speech to Congress Tuesday contained all of the predictable generalizations and sweeping statements that could have been expected, but whether or not it will have the intended outcome is more difficult to predict.The speech centered on the Iranian nuclear talks and the U.S.-Israeli relationship, with no mention of the Palestinians.A "better deal" was the solution, Netanyahu claimed, but without suggesting any details of what such a better deal might contain.
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