U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivering a statement on the Iran talks deal Tuesday at the Vienna International Center. The verification procedures laid out in the accord are the most stringent ever designed to ensure no cheating on a nuclear program.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivering a statement on the Iran talks deal Tuesday at the Vienna International Center. The verification procedures laid out in the accord are the most stringent ever designed to ensure no cheating on a nuclear program. Carlos Barria AP
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivering a statement on the Iran talks deal Tuesday at the Vienna International Center. The verification procedures laid out in the accord are the most stringent ever designed to ensure no cheating on a nuclear program. Carlos Barria AP

Iran nuke deal depends on most intrusive inspection system ever

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