Iranian government claims situation has settled down, while more casualties and arrests are reported
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin “Netanyahu shamelessly makes a scene saying Iran denies the Holocaust, Iran wants to build a nuclear bomb to carry out another Holocaust,” Zarif said.
Iran agreed to freeze some nuclear activities for six months in exchange for modest sanctions relief and a promise by Western powers not to impose new restrictions on its hard-hit economy.
Government officials say the nuclear dossier will remain under direct control of the Supreme National Security Council and that final decisions still rest with Iran’s ultimate authority, supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
US President Barack Obama said the preliminary accord clinched in marathon Geneva talks was “an important first step” towards easing fears once and for all that Tehran will get the bomb.
We support the diplomatic initiative of the government and attach importance to its activities in this trip, Khamenei told military commanders and graduating cadets in remarks reported by his website, Khamenei.ir.
With the conservative camp divided, reformists seem confident of a good showing by moderate cleric Hassan Rowhani
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