Negotiators say they're quietly optimistic of a deal on Iran's nuclear program as talks restart in Geneva.
With the world now reacting to US President Donald Trump's decision, it's up to Congress to decide the accord's fate. From "trigger points" to ending "sunset" provisions, here's what US lawmakers will consider.
Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif has indicated that the nuclear agreement Iran signed with world powers may still have a future. European countries' continued support for the accord may determine if it lasts, he said.
Tehran will respond to any wrong move from Washington in the dispute over the nuclear deal, says Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei. Previously, Donald Trump hinted he might tear-up the long-negotiated accord.
US President Donald Trump has laid the groundwork for a shift in foreign policy on Iran, but shied away from tearing up the nuclear deal — for now. However, sanctions against Iran's Revolutionary Guard are in the cards.
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