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Iran says nuclear deal will open 'new page' with world

Iran vowed to stand by a nuclear deal with world powers Friday as President Hassan Rouhani promised it would open a “new page” in the country’s global ties. Keen to win over domestic sceptics, Iran’s leaders pushed the merits of a potentially historic agreement, with clerics touting its virtues at Friday prayers in mosques. The framework agreement — reached Thursday after marathon talks in Switzerland — was hailed by world leaders as a major breakthrough in the 12-year standoff between Iran and the West, which has long feared Tehran wants to build a nuclear bomb. Diplomats warned Friday that much work remained and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Iran’s arch-foe Israel said the potential agreement posed a “grave danger” to global security.

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