CBS’s Palmer Laments ‘Pain’ of Iran Sanctions; Kerry Injury Hurts ‘Dynamic’ of Nuclear Talks


<p><em>See more in the <a href="…; target="_blank">cross-post</a> on the NewsBusters blog.</em></p>

<p>On Monday&rsquo;s <em>CBS Evening New</em>s, fill-in anchor Charlie Rose and foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer bemoaned the impact of international sanctions on the Iranian economy with Palmer also fretting that Secretary of State John Kerry&rsquo;s leg injury could hurt the<strong> &ldquo;dynamic&rdquo;</strong> of nuclear talks between the U.S., its allies, and Iran on a proposed deal.</p>

<p>Prior to Palmer&rsquo;s report from Tehran, Rose noted that <strong>&ldquo;[t]he deadline for concluding a deal to curtail Iran&rsquo;s nuclear program is June 30&rdquo;</strong> and could mean that <strong>&ldquo;painful economic sanctions would be lifted.&rdquo;&nbsp;</strong></p>

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