Donilon Says Iran Nukes Program Is 'Undeniable'

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Mike Shuster, foreign correspondent, NPR

The U.S. and its allies announced coordinated sanctions against Iran on Monday. In a speech at the Brookings Institution Tuesday, White House national security adviser Tom Donilon argued that it is "undeniable" that Iran is developing a nuclear weapons capability, and that sanctions are working.

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