Obama, Congress reach deal on Iran nuclear talks
Under the deal, the president will sign a bill that gives Congress right to reject any forthcoming agreement with Iran
US President Barak Obama and Congress have reached a deal over Iran nuclear talks.
Under the new agreement, Obama withdrew his opposition to a bipartisan bill that was unanimously passed through the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
He has agreed to sign the bill, which gives Congress the right to reject any forthcoming agreement with Iran.