As the deadline looms near, there is renewed hope that a nuclear deal can be reached with Iran—an agreement that could be the most important diplomatic achievement of the 21st century. Nuclear negotiations between Iran and the West have been in the works for over 12 years. Just a decade ago, Seyed Hossein Mousavian sat a the negotiating table as a high-level Iranian negotiator. In 2005, when a conservative government led by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was elected, Mousavian was accused of spying for the West. While Mousavian cleared his name, he was barred from working for the Iranian government. Today on The Takeaway, he reflects on the Iranian nuclear deal.
It's a bird ... It's a plane ... It's an Amazon drone. Halted by regulations here in America, Amazon is testing its drone delivery service at a secret site in Canada. Check out our interview and watch a video of the drone zipping around.
Public health researchers like to say that your ZIP code is more important than your genetic code. The Takeaway is putting that idea to the test by exploring the latest data from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Find out more here.
The new feature film "Woman in Gold," which stars actress Helen Mirren and actor Ryan Reynolds, tells the story of a Gustav Klimt painting that was stolen by the Nazis, and of the legal battle to get the painting back.
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