Analysis: Iran deals may not herald rapid changes

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The lifting of crippling international sanctions linked to Iran’s nuclear program and the flurry of diplomacy that led to the release of Americans held by Tehran suggests a new era could be dawning. But anyone hoping for rapid change is likely to be disappointed.

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