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Fear Of Israeli Leaks Fuels Distrust Over U.S. Talks With Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gestures as he delivers a speech during the Presidents Conference of Major American
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gestures as he delivers a speech during the Presidents Conference of Major American Jewish organizations in Jerusalem on February 16, 2015. Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt urged Danish Jews not to emigrate despite a call from her Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu for European Jews to move to Israel following the Copenhagen attacks. AFP PHOTO/GALI TIBBON (Photo credit should read GALI TIBBON/AFP/Getty Images)

WASHINGTON — With the Obama administration racing to negotiate the outlines of a nuclear deal with Iran by the end of March, aides to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel have charged in recent days that they are being deliberately left in the dark about the details of the talks. The Americans have said that is untrue, but even one of Washington’s closest negotiating partners reports being warned about being too open with the Israelis, “because whatever we say may be used in a selective way.”

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