Historic Agreement Seeks To Stop Iranian Atomic Weapons
By Sarah Berger
After nearly 20 months of negotiations, world leaders reached a historic decision Tuesday that could ultimately rein in Iran's nuclear program in exchange for billions of dollars in relief from international sanctions, the Associated Press reported. The deal prevents Iran from creating an atomic weapon for at least 10 years.
Read the full text of the deal here. "E3/EU+3" is a reference to the world powers that negotiated the deal with Iran. They are the three European Union states of the United Kingdom, France, and Germany, plus three others of China, the U.S., and Russia.