As talks between world powers and Iran came to a close without any signs of progress, Tehran said Sunday that the Arak research reactor, which the West fears can be used to make plutonium for a nuclear bomb, would continue its work with 40 megawatts of power.
LAUSANNE (Worthy News)-- Marathon talks aimed at stopping Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons entered their final scheduled day Tuesday with global powers racing to agree a framework deal by a midnight deadline, the Times of Israel reported.
Officials say progress has been made on parts of what they hope will form the basis of a historic accord that has been threatening to escalate dangerously for 12 years, but that key differences remain.
An army of technical and sanctions experts worked until the small hours in Switzerland exchanging documents and trying to figure out how to put together what would be a highly complex agreement. --[wp_colorbox_media url="http://www.timesofisrael.com/time-runs-out-as-nuclear-talks-hit-deadline-day/" type="iframe" hyperlink="Source"]
Iran talks stretch into the night hours before deadline - AFP
Marathon talks aimed at curtailing Iran's nuclear programme stretched into the night Monday as negotiators grappled with the remaining "tricky issues" blocking a deal with a deadline just hours away.
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