In this photo released by the Government Press Office, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a statement to the press in Jerusalem, Friday, April 3, 2015. (AP Photo/Kobi Gideon, GPO) ISRAEL OUT
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An official Israeli analysis has drawn up a list of alleged shortcomings of the nuclear framework agreement between Iran and world powers, providing a basis for what is expected to be months of furious lobbying by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to reshape or cancel the deal.It also claims the agreement is vague about what happens to Iran's stockpile of enriched uranium, a key ingredient in producing nuclear bombs, or how sanctions might be re-imposed if Iran violates the deal.Israeli officials say this means that Iran could immediately put these centrifuges into action after the deal expires or breaks down.Netanyahu has said the deal leaves too much of Iran's nuclear infrastructure in place.
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