What an Iran nuclear deal could look like

US Secretary of State John Kerry, pictured March 12, 2015, and his Iranian counterpart are due to meet in Switzerland on Sunday, seeking to agree the outlines of a nuclear deal by a March 31 deadlineUS Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart are due to meet in Switzerland on Sunday, seeking to agree the outlines of a nuclear deal by a March 31 deadline. To reach a verifiable comprehensive agreement that limits Iran’s ability to harness enough fissile material to build a nuclear bomb. In return, the international community would initially ease and then lift all sanctions imposed on the Islamic republic. World powers want to cut Iran’s ability to build an atomic weapon to a “one-year breakout time.” That would mean Tehran would need at least 12 months to be able to produce enough material for a nuclear bomb.

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