Iran talks with world powers hit snag over sanctions

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By Andrew Quinn and Justyna Pawlak BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Iran accused world powers on Thursday of creating “a difficult atmosphere” in talks on its atomic energy programme, signalling a setback in efforts to reach an agreement that would allay their
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Iran talks with world powers hit snag over sanctions
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The powers also want Iran to send its stocks of higher-refined uranium abroad and close an underground plant devoted to 20 percent enrichment and largely invulnerable to air strikes. In return, the United States, Russia, China, France,
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