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Obama: 'Provide Iran with modest relief'

A deal on Iran's nuclear programme agreed in Geneva will give Tehran some sanctions relief but most sanctions will stay, says US President Obama.

Iran and six world powers meeting in Geneva have reached a deal on Tehran's nuclear programme, foreign ministers say.

President Obama has said any interim agreement would see the bulk of international and US sanctions remain, but that Iran would get sanctions relief worth between $6bn (£3.6bn) and $7bn (£4.3bn).