Israel cannot afford to be ‘duped’ by Iran: Barak

Israeli Defence Minister Ehud BarakIsraeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak said Monday he had little confidence that key talks between Iran and world powers would succeed in resolving the standoff over Tehran’s disputed nuclear programme.


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