An iPhone case with a pre-1980 Iranian flag is seen at a store in Westwood, Los Angeles, California, United States July 14, 2015. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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"Tehrangeles," as the vast expatriate Iranian community based in Los Angeles is known, Tuesday welcomed the nuclear deal struck in Vienna with hope, but also some doubts.There are more than 700,000 Iranians or children and grandchildren of Iranians living in Los Angeles, many of them in Beverly Hills, where 20 percent of the population is of Iranian stock.The 109-page deal struck in the Austrian capital limits the Islamic Republic's nuclear program in exchange for progressively lifting sanctions which have stifled its economy for decades.Many hope that the Vienna deal and the easing of diplomatic strains between Tehran and the West will help improve the image of the Iranian people themselves.
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