US Senate backs bill giving Congress review of Iran nuclear deal

The US Senate Thursday night voted 98-1 for a bipartisan bill that would let Congress review any final deal the six world powers approve with Tehran. Under this deal, Iran would be required to roll back its nuclear program in exchange for relief from the sanctions clamped down on its economy. DEBKAfile: The measure, to be voted on in the House next week, is a watered down version of the original bipartisan bill, which would have subjected the accord to congressional approval.

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