All sides declare victory in Iran nuclear deal
Posted: Monday, November 25, 2013
All sides declare victory in historic Iran nuclear deal
Iran and the US hailed an accord that temporarily halts Iran's nuclear program and offers sanctions relief – but holds major political risks for both President Obama and Iran's President Rouhani.
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