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LIGNET: Iran Deal Causes Major Impact to Economy, Global Security

Monday, 25 Nov 2013 04:42 PM

By LIGNET Wires

Image: LIGNET: Iran Deal Causes Major Impact to Economy, Global Security
Iranian students display posters of President Hassan Rouhani as they welcome Iranian nuclear negotiators upon their arrival from Geneva at Mehrabad International Airport in Tehran on Sunday, Nov. 24. (AP Photo/ISNA,Hemmat Khahi)
Late Saturday night major powers struck what President Barack Obama termed a historic "first step" deal with Iran regarding its nuclear program.

While Tehran made some unexpected concessions in this agreement, it mostly maintains the status quo and will do little to set back Iran's capability to produce nuclear weapons. New reports from Tehran suggest that the radical Islamic regime sees the agreement as a huge win for them, as mass demonstrations broke out in favor of the ruling government.

Click here to read the full analysis from top intelligence experts at LIGNET.com.


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