Iran says progress made in U.N. nuclear talks

January 19th, 2013  
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Topic: Iran says progress made in U.N. nuclear talks

DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran said it had made some progress in resolving its disputes with the U.N. atomic watchdog, state media reported, even though the two sides' latest talks failed to seal a deal on letting inspectors visit a military site. The Islamic state and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) met this week, but did not manage to revive an investigation into Iran's suspected nuclear arms research, the U.N. organization's officials said on Friday. Iran's ambassador to the body, Ali Asghar Soltanieh, later said some progress had been made in the talks, Press TV reported. ...


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