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Iran nuclear negotiators agree timetable

By Charlotte Hawkins

Iran and six big powers have agreed on a timetable and framework for a permanent nuclear agreement. Negotiators are due to meet again next month. Western powers want to see Iran scale back its nuclear activity, while Iran's priority is to get sanctions removed. Professor Arshin Moghaddam, an expert on Iranian politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, talks about the agreement.

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