As window closes on reviving Iran deal, door opens on military options

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(Worthy News) – To say talks in Vienna aimed at resuscitating the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran are “on life support” might be a tad overoptimistic.

Perhaps a better description would be they’re on a “death watch.”

Secretary of State Antony Blinken has been saying there are only “a few weeks left” to bring Iran and the United States back into mutual compliance — and he’s been saying that for a few weeks now. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]

Diplomats Say Iran Nuclear Talks Reaching ‘Final Stage’

The latest round of talks to save the Iran nuclear deal have neared a final stage, diplomats said, after weeks of intense diplomacy in Vienna.

Diplomats from Germany, France, and Britain, known collectively as the E3, together with Russia and China, have been meeting in the Austrian capital since last spring trying to bring Iran and the United States closer to a deal to restore the 2015 agreement.

The EU’s Enrique Mora, who is coordinating the talks, said on January 28 that participants will go back to their capitals for consultations before coming back next week. [ Source: Radio Free Europe (Read More…) ]

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