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Report: 250 Americans Have Gone To Syria And Iraq To Fight

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Taliban Seize A Major City, A Sign Of The Group's Resurgence

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Iran's President Says Job Creation Is 'Priority' For His Country

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Ahead Of Meeting With Putin, Obama Addresses Syria At U.N.

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Iran's President Says His Country Will Stick To Nuclear Deal

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Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks at a Sept. 18 forum for GOP presidential candidates in Greenville, S.C., hosted by Heritage Action for America. Sean Rayford/Getty Images hide caption

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Sen. Marco Rubio: President Obama Has 'Strengthened Putin's Hand'

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani prepares to speak with NPR's Steve Inskeep on Saturday in New York. Rouhani reaffirmed Iran's commitment to the nuclear deal and said his country would be willing to discuss Syria's future with the United States — after ISIS is defeated. Bryan Thomas for NPR hide caption

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Iran's President: 'Driving Out The Terrorists' Is Key To Syria's Future

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Hidden Brain: What's The Source Of Success In Sports?

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From 'Brinksmanship' To 'Hope,' Here's What Might Result From U.S.-Iran Deal

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An Iranian man walks past a mural displaying an outline of Iran, adorned in the colors of the country's national flag, on June 29 in Tehran. A large majority of Iranians appears to support the nuclear deal. Bherouz Mehri/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hear NPR's Special, The U.S., The Atom and Iran

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The Long, Strange History Of The U.S., The Atom And Iran

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President Eisenhower (left) visited Iran's Shah Reza Pahlavi in Tehran in 1959. The U.S. had begun working with Iran to launch its nuclear program two years earlier and would provide Iran with its first nuclear research reactor in the 1960s, at Tehran University. AP hide caption

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Hear NPR's Special: The U.S., The Atom And Iran

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The chairman of Iran's parliament, Ali Larijani, spoke with NPR's Steve Inskeep in New York last week. He described the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers as "acceptable," but not "flawless." He faces lawmakers in Iran who are expected to raise objections to the agreement. Bryan Thomas for NPR hide caption

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Iran Parliament Chief: Nuclear Deal Is 'Acceptable,' U.S. Interpretation Is Not

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Washington Post Iranian-American journalist Jason Rezaian, seen here with his wife, Yeganeh Salehi, has been held prisoner since he was arrested in Tehran last July. On Thursday, a powerful Iranian politician said of a potential prisoner swap, "That's one way." EPA/Landov hide caption

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Speaker Of Iran's Parliament Suggests Prisoner Swap For Rezaian, Other Americans

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Sen. Mikulski's Vote Clears The Way For Obama's Deal With Iran

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