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Even full deal with Iran could fail to stabilise Mideast: analysts

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif speaks during a press conference in Lausanne on April 2, 2015, after the announcement of an agreement on Iran nuclear talksNegotiators hope a nuclear deal will bring Iran back into the diplomatic fold, but experts are divided on whether it will douse the many fires of the Middle East. Iran and six world powers agreed Thursday on the outline of a potentially historic deal to curtail its nuclear programme in return for the lifting of economic sanctions on the Islamic republic. On top of its long-standing ties to the Syrian regime and Hezbollah militants in Lebanon, it has been leading the fight against the Islamic State group in Iraq and is the chief backer of the surging Huthi rebellion in Yemen. When negotiations over Iran’s nuclear programme began in 2013, there were hopes a deal could pave the way for greater cooperation on these security issues, but some analysts say the moment may have passed.

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