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Iran, P5+1 make diplomatic breakthrough in nuclear talks

Politics - Well over a decade of negotiations on Iran’s civilian nuclear program have finally reached a conclusion, with the Islamic Republic and its latest interlocutors, the P5+1, sealing an agreement.

The hitherto elusive agreement was finally nailed down on Tuesday in the ritzy Palais Coburg Hotel in the Austrian capital of Vienna, where negotiators from Iran and the six other countries had recently been spending over two weeks to work out the remaining technical and political issues.

Based on the agreement, world powers recognize Iran’s civilian nuclear program, including the country’s right to the entire nuclear cycle.

Journalists covering the talks have been transported to the United Nations (UN) headquarters in Vienna for a photo opportunity with ministers at the talks.

Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency Yukiya Amano just made an announcement to the media outside Palais Coburg, the venue of the latest talks between Iran and the P5+1.

Diplomats from Iran, the EU and the US during nuclear talks in Vienna, Austria, July 1, 2015

(This is a developing story.)

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