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Iran Nuclear Negotiations – Your Questions Answered

Iran Nuclear Negotiations - Your Questions AnsweredThe deadline for a deal between Iran and the P5+1 (U.S., U.K., Russia, China, France + Germany) on a broad technical framework for Iran’s nuclear program is March 31, as established by Secretary of State John Kerry in November when he announced a four-month extension of negotiations. A deal would require Iran to halt production of all weapons-grade nuclear material for another 10 years — as it has already done under an interim agreement — and to submit to an intense inspection and verification process. In exchange, the international community and the U.S. would gradually lift heavy economic sanctions. Reports about the latest negotiations say the agreement would force Iran to cut the hardware it could use to make a bomb by about 40 percent.

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