Palais Coburg, the venue for nuclear talks, is seen behind a street sign in Vienna, Austria, July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
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Iran and six major world powers reached a nuclear deal Tuesday, capping more than a decade of on-off negotiations with an agreement that could potentially transform the Middle East.Reaching a deal is a major policy victory for both U.S. President Barack Obama and Iran's President Hassan Rouhani, a pragmatist elected two years ago on a vow to reduce Iran's diplomatic isolation.Western diplomats said under the final agreement, Iran had accepted a "snapback" mechanism, under which some sanctions could be reinstated in 65 days if it violated the deal.U.S. allies in the region, particularly Israel and Saudi Arabia, are also worried about an agreement that would benefit Iran.
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