Iran claims right to retaliate, after Israel UN speech

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Iran has warned it is ready to retaliate against attack after Israel's prime minister urged a red line to be drawn over its nuclear programme.

Benjamin Netanyahu told the UN time was running out to stop Iran having enough enriched uranium for a nuclear bomb.

In response, Iran's deputy UN ambassador said his country was strong enough to defend itself.

Barbara Plett reports from the UN in New York.

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