Tehran, Iran • Hundreds of cheering supporters greeted Iran's nuclear negotiators as they arrived back to Tehran late Sunday night.
The crowd, mostly young students, called both Iran's foreign minister and its top nuclear negotiator "the Ambassador of Peace." They carried flowers and the Iranian flags. Among them were the families of slain nuclear scientists, as well as lawmakers and other officials.
The people chanted: "We are thankful in the capacity of eight years." That referred to the eight years of poor relations Iran had with the West under former hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
They also chanted: "No to war, sanctions, surrender and insult."