EU says intensive work needed to bridge nuclear gaps with Iran

Six world powers and Iran will need "a lot of intensive work" to bridge differences during talks over Tehran's nuclear program, the European Union's foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said on Wednesday after their latest meeting.
Speaking after two days of talks in Vienna between the seven nations, coordinated by the EU, Ashton said a new round of talks would start on May 13, also in the Austrian capital.
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