Negotiators have reached a historic deal with Iran to curb its nuclear program. How is the world reacting and what do Iranians think of the deal? @dwnews takes a look.
After a decade of standoff between Iran and world powers, a nuclear deal has been agreed to. What do you think: will this deal have an impact on everyday life in Iran? (14.07.2015)
Diplomats on both sides are saying that a formal nuclear deal has been reached between Iran and major world powers. Negotiators have announced a "final" Vienna meeting in the lengthy process for later on Tuesday. (14.07.2015)
Now that an Iran deal has been reached, all eyes are on Israel which has long warned against any type of agreement and reserves the right to take pre-emptive military action. Daniella Cheslow reports from Jerusalem. (14.07.2015)
An Iranian Revolutionary Guard commander said: "Iran needs no permission from foreign countries" to test missiles. The US, Britain and France claim the tests flout restrictions on Tehran's military program.
By forcing parliament to review a law, the supreme leader has made it clear that he is the real decision-maker and neither parliament nor government can function the way they are supposed to, says Jamshid Barzegar.
Tehran has expressed hope that the Iran nuclear deal can be saved despite the US pulling out of the agreement. Iran's statement came during a visit of the British foreign minister to Iran.
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