IAEA and Iran reach agreement to avert nuclear deal crisis

Iran is stepping up cooperation with the world's nuclear watchdog, having imposed restrictions on inspectors since February.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will be allowed to install new memory cards at key atomic sites and be able to continue filming.
The announcement comes after what has been described as "constructive" talks with the agency's head.
Rafael Grossi, director general of the IAEA, landed in Tehran late on Saturday and met Mohammad Eslami, the newly appointed head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, on Sunday morning.

Mark Fitzpatrick is a former deputy assistant secretary of state and an associate fellow with the International Institute of Strategic Studies. He joins us by Skype from Washington, DC, to discuss the latest updates.

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