Iran's Atomic Energy Organization Chief Ali Akbar Salehi, right, welcomes International Atomic Energy Agency Director GeneraI Yukiya Amano for their meeting in Tehran, Iran, Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
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Iran has shown commitment to the deal on its nuclear program agreed with world powers, the head of the United Nations atomic energy watchdog said on Sunday, following complaints by Tehran over what it calls a U.S. violation of the accord.The White House said on Thursday that a bill extending U.S. sanctions against Iran for 10 years would become law without President Barack Obama's signature, adding this would not affect overall implementation of the nuclear agreement.In response to the U.S. sanctions extension, Iran ordered its scientists last week to start developing systems for nuclear-powered marine vessels.Iran on Saturday also requested a meeting of a commission comprising representatives of signatories to the accord that is overseeing its implementation.
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