US, Iran, EU Meet In Geneva For Nuclear Talks

U.S. and Iranian diplomats meet in Geneva Monday and Tuesday for direct talks on Iran's controversial nuclear program ahead of a looming July 20 deadline to reach a final agreement. As full international negotiations are set to resume next week, the U.N. atomic energy agency has indicated Tehran is showing some signs of cooperation in the investigation into the military aspects of Iran's program.

Obama: 'Very real chance' of breakthrough agreement with Iran

In a much-anticipated speech delineating his foreign policy for the remainder of his term in office, US President Barack Obama said Wednesday that his administration's refocus toward international cooperation provided a new opportunity to resolve tensions over Iran’s nuclear program. While warning that the odds of success are "still long" in getting Iran to give up its nuclear weapons development, he said that "for the first time in a decade, we have a very real chance of achieving a breakthrough agreement."