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TEHRAN, Iran - Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday that last month's nuclear deal with world powers has already boosted the country's economy, as he continues a push to convince skeptics of the benefits brought by the pact's partial sanctions relief.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - The sanctions relief offered to Iran by the U.S. and five world powers has begun to get the gears of commerce slowly turning again in an economy that remains in shambles.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Even before Iran's envoys could pack their bags in Geneva after wrapping up a first-step nuclear deal with world powers, President Hassan Rouhani was opening a potentially tougher diplomatic front: selling the give-and-take to his country's powerful insider interests led by the Revolutionary Guard.
TEHRAN, Iran - Hundreds of cheering supporters greeted Iran's nuclear negotiators as they arrived back to Tehran late Sunday night.
Key figures in the secret U.S.-Iranian nuclear talks:
Iran continues to be a focus of frustration for United States foreign policy. The fundamentalist Islamic regime in Tehran has long voiced hostility to Israel as well as the U.S. punctuated from time to time with public threats of apocalyptic destruction.
TEHRAN, Iran - Iran's culture minister has again spoken up in defense of social media, saying Facebook shouldn't be banned and that it's not a "criminal application."