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Not everyone is cheering the nuclear agreement between world powers and Iran. Among the critics is Saeed al Batal, a Syrian photographer who decries Iran's support of President Bashar al-Assad.
Renee Montagne hears about the latest Iranian reaction to the nuclear deal from the Carnegie Endowment's Karim Sadjadpour, who explains what this means for Iran's future as a regional power.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls the Iran nuclear deal a "historic mistake for the world." NPR's David Greene asks him if Israel is really looking for regime change in Tehran.
A seven-story tall tower of snow, piled up during New England's record winter, finally finished melting on Tuesday.
When a member of the Welsh National Assembly asked a nearby airport about possible UFO sightings, he got a polite response — issued in perhaps the least-diplomatic-sounding fictional language.
The United Nations Security Council will take up resolutions to implement the nuclear deal with Iran as soon as next week.