WASHINGTON, United States—As time ran out for US lawmakers to halt the Iran nuclear deal Thursday, officials in Washington turned their attention to ensuring that Tehran lives up to its side of the bargain.
Senior administration officials said the “ball is in Iran’s court” as it seeks to convince the international community its nuclear program has been halted, just short of the threshold of producing an atomic weapon.
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