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Iranians celebrate nuclear deal

Iranians poured onto the streets of Tehran after the Ramadan fast ended at sundown Tuesday to celebrate the historic nuclear deal agreed earlier with world powers in Vienna.

Iranians celebrate nuclear deal
Iranian women hold a portrait of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and flash the ‘V’ sign for victory during celebrations in northern Tehran on July 14, 2015, after Iran's nuclear negotiating team struck a deal with world powers in Vienna. Iranians poured onto the streets of Tehran after the Ramadan fast ended at sundown Tuesday to celebrate the historic nuclear deal agreed earlier with world powers in Vienna. (AFP/Getty Images)
Iranians celebrate nuclear deal
An Iranian man flashes the victory sign and holds the portrait of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani during celebration in northern Tehran on July 14, 2015, during celebration in northern Tehran on July 14, 2015, after Iran's nuclear negotiating team struck a deal with world powers in Vienna. Major Powers clinched a historic deal Tuesday aimed at ensuring Iran does not obtain the nuclear bomb, opening up Tehran's stricken economy and potentially ending decades of bad blood with the West. (AFP/Getty Images)
Iranians celebrate nuclear deal
Iranian men flash the V-sign for victory during celebration in northern Tehran, on July 14, 2015, after Iran's nuclear negotiating team struck a deal with world powers in Vienna. Iranians poured onto the streets of Tehran after the Ramadan fast ended at sundown Tuesday to celebrate the historic nuclear deal agreed earlier with world powers in Vienna. (AFP/Getty Images)
Iranians celebrate nuclear deal
US Secretary of State John Kerry leaves after addressing a press conference on Iran nuclear talks at Austria International Centre in Vienna, Austria on July 14, 2015. Major Powers clinched a historic deal aimed at ensuring Iran does not obtain the nuclear bomb, opening up Tehran's stricken economy and potentially ending decades of bad blood with the West. (AFP/Getty Images)
Iranians celebrate nuclear deal
President Barack Obama, standing with Vice President Joe Biden, conducts a press conference in the East Room of the White House in response to the Iran Nuclear Deal, on July 14, 2015 in Washington, DC. The landmark deal will limit Iran's nuclear program in exchange for relief from international sanctions. The agreement, which comes after almost two years of diplomacy, has also been praised by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. (Getty Images)
Iranians celebrate nuclear deal
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond (2nd R), US Secretary of State John Kerry (R) and European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini (L) talk to Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif as the wait for the Russian Foreign Minister for a group picture at the Vienna International Center in Vienna, Austria July 14, 2015. Iran and six major world powers reached a nuclear deal on Tuesday, capping more than a decade of on-off negotiations with an agreement that could potentially transform the Middle East, and which Israel called an 'historic surrender'. (AFP/Getty Images)
Iranians celebrate nuclear deal
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif leaves a final press conference of Iran nuclear talks in Vienna, Austria on July 14, 2015. Major Powers clinched a historic deal aimed at ensuring Iran does not obtain the nuclear bomb, opening up Tehran's stricken economy and potentially ending decades of bad blood with the West. (AFP/Getty Images)
Iranians celebrate nuclear deal
The White House is shown as U.S. President Barack Obama announces a nuclear deal between six nations and Iran July 14, 2015 in Washington, DC. The deal would limit Iran's nuclear ambitions for a period of at least ten years in exchange for lifting economic sanctions. (Getty Images)
Iranians celebrate nuclear deal
Graffiti with anti-US slogan is seen decorating the wall of a building in Tehran on July 14, 2015. President Hassan Rouhani told Iranians that 'all our objectives' have been met by a nuclear deal agreed Tuesday after epic talks with world powers. Slogan in Farsi reads, 'Death to America'. (AFP/Getty Images)