Iran deal 'could ease nuclear standoff'
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Iran deal 'could ease nuclear standoff'

Iran has agreed to ship most of its enriched uranium to Turkey, in a nuclear fuel swap that could ease the crisis over the country's disputed nuclear programme. Turkey says the deal removes the need for further UN sanctions. (The Associated Press)

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