Cracks appear to widen in US/Israeli relations over opposing views on how to approach the Iranian issue. Tel-Aviv is upset by Washington's opposition to launching strikes on Tehran's nuclear facilities and now says that position actually play into Iran's hands. RT's Irina Galushko reports from Tel Aviv.
Meanwhile the UN nuclear inspectors are back in Iran - for the second time in less than a month. The IAEA team is expected to hold key talks over Tehran's nuclear program - with the Islamic state hoping to to dispel all allegations of it's military purpose. Despite growing international pressure triggered by Iran's atomic development, some experts say the West's war rhetoric is misguided.
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