The U.S. and other international negotiators reportedly have agreed to the outlines of an understanding with Iran that would allow for a final phase of nuclear talks.
The Associated Press, citing officials, reported on the agreement, while noting that negotiators are still in a dispute over how much to make public.
A press conference is about to begin to announce the details (WATCH HERE), but according to Reuters it looks like Iran has agreed to suspend much of its nuclear program.
BREAKING: Powers, Iran agree that over two-thirds of Iran’s current enrichment capacity will be suspended, monitored for 10 years: source
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) April 2, 2015
UPDATE: Here is the White House fact sheet on the deal: