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Obama admin seeks pause in new Iran sanctions push

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is asking Congress to hold off on enacting new sanctions against Iran. It says a pause in the push to impose new penalties would give negotiators flexibility in talks now underway to get Iran to comply with demands it prove its nuclear program is peaceful. Even as U.S. officials argue that tough sanctions are what brought Iran to the negotiating table...

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