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WFPL News Airing NPR Special On Iran Nuclear Deal Monday

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The Iran nuclear deal has been among the most contentious issues facing national leaders this year. The agreement potentially puts to rest one of the major national security and diplomatic problems facing the U.S., but many — including Republican congressional leaders — take issue with the deal.

NPR is exploring the Iran nuclear deal in detail during an hour-long news special hosted by Steve Inskeep. WFPL News will air the program at 9 a.m. Monday, in place of the BBC Newshour.

NPR will explore:

  • The history of the deal, which took two years to broker, and of Iran's nuclear ambitions dating back to the 1950s.
  • An examination of the deal with NPR correspondents, including Deborah Amos, Peter Kenyon, Geoff Brumfiel and Michele Kelemen.
  • A look at how the agreement will affect U.S. foreign policy.

For more information on the agreement, read NPR's recent piece highlighting its key elements.

And listen at 9 a.m. Monday for the NPR news special. It can be heard at 89.3 or streamed here.


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