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Tehran Residents Celebrate Nuclear Deal

Residents of northern Tehran poured onto the streets after the daily Ramadan fast ended on July 14 to celebrate a long-awaited agreement on the country's nuclear program. Iran's nuclear negotiating team and representatives of world powers had announced the historic nuclear deal in Vienna earlier in the day. (AFP)


Iranians celebrate in Tehran on July 14 after officials struck a deal on limiting the country's nuclear program in exchange for the easing of sanctions.
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Iranians celebrate in Tehran on July 14 after officials struck a deal on limiting the country's nuclear program in exchange for the easing of sanctions.

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Many Tehran residents joined the celebrations in the evening, after the end of the daily Ramadan fast.
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Many Tehran residents joined the celebrations in the evening, after the end of the daily Ramadan fast.

Women hold a portrait of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who announced the agreement in Vienna.
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Women hold a portrait of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who announced the agreement in Vienna.

Women carry the Iranian flag.
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Women carry the Iranian flag.

A couple holds a poster of Iranian President Hassan Rohani, who said that the nuclear deal would open a new chapter of international cooperation after years of sanctions.
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A couple holds a poster of Iranian President Hassan Rohani, who said that the nuclear deal would open a new chapter of international cooperation after years of sanctions.

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