Activists gather during a rally on Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House September 28, 2013 in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI
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The White House on Thursday released a summary of the deal reached between six major world powers and Iran to curb its nuclear program, responding to calls from the U.S. Congress and other groups for more transparency about what the agreement entails.The White House gave Congress access to the full text of technical instructions for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) but released a detailed four-page summary of the deal to the public.The European Union, Iran, and the six major powers (P5 1) that are part of the agreement will name a joint commission of experts to work with the IAEA to implement the deal and discuss any issues that arise.
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