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Iran-Israel Relations / Nuclear Program #1031631

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 27, 2012
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s warning that Iran’s effort to build a nuclear bomb will be irreversible by next summer noted. [At the U.N., NETANYAHU – says when faced with a clear red line Iran will back down.]

(Pentagon: David Martin) Iran’s nuclear program examined; scenes shown of Netanyahu drawing a red line; photo shown of Iran’s Fordow nuclear facility, where uranium is being enriched. [NETANYAHU – says Iran must be stopped before it is a few months or weeks away from amassing enough enriched uranium to make a nuclear weapon.] [Earlier, Secretary of Defense Leon PANETTA – says when they make a decision to build a nuclear weapon that is a red line.]

Pelley, Scott;
Martin, David

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