Iran, US start another round of bilateral nuclear talks in Geneva

By REUTERS
September 4, 2014 11:56

 
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GENEVA - Iran and the United States began bilateral nuclear talks in Geneva on Thursday, the second time the two sides have met since Iran and six world powers failed to meet a July 20 deadline to resolve differences in the long-standing dispute.

State news agency IRNA and a US official confirmed the talks were underway.

Iran and the United States, France, Germany, Britain, China and Russia have set a new deadline of Nov. 24 to negotiate a comprehensive agreement under which Tehran would scale back its nuclear activities in exchange for gradually ending the sanctions that have crippled its oil-dependent economy.

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