Iranian schoolgirls show their palms bearing slogans reading: "I love you Iran" during a rally to mark the 36th anniversary of the Islamic revolution in Tehran's Azadi Square (Freedom Square) on February 11, 2015. AFP PHOTO/BEHROUZ MEHRI
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President Hassan Rouhani said Wednesday the goal of Iran's negotiations with world powers on its nuclear program was a "win-win" outcome, a further signal that Tehran could accept a compromise to defuse a stand-off that has raised fears of war.He said "win-win" would entail Iran showing transparency in pursuing peaceful nuclear energy in exchange for a removal of "wrong, inhumane and illegal" sanctions imposed on Iran over suspicions of a covert nuclear bomb agenda.Iran denies having any nuclear weapons ambitions.Rouhani also addressed criticism about Iran's regional role.
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