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Is Iran nuclear deal a turning point ?

Iran has agreed to curb some of its nuclear activities for six months, as part of a landmark nuclear deal reached on Sunday.

But while the deal has been cautiously welcomed in Washington and Tehran, other nations have expressed scepticism.

So is the agreement a turning point for Iran's relationship with the West and its neighbours, or will the bumpy road ahead prove too difficult for negotiators to navigate?

Jeremy Bowen reports.

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