WASHINGTON, D.C. – Iran’s disputed nuclear program has long been at the center of its tensions with the United States.
The US has long feared Iran may develop a nuclear bomb. Iran says its nuclear program is solely for peaceful purposes.
But as Iran continued to advance its atomic program, the world’s concerns mounted, resulting in the imposition of crippling economic sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
But things suddenly changed. Never has the world been as close as today to reach a nuclear deal with Iran. Tuesday, June 30, is a self-imposed deadline for Iran and the P5+1 countries, which includes the US and Russia, to reach a final deal.
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