World powers, Iran enter second day of nuclear talks in Kazakhstan
Western diplomats describe first day of talks as disappointing and difficult, leaving little hope of striking a quick deal in dispute over Iran's nuclear program.
World powers and Iran started the second day of talks in Kazakhstan's commercial hub, Almaty, on Saturday. The talks, aimed at striking a deal in the long-standing dispute over Iran's nuclear program, followed a day of negotiations on Friday that Western diplomats described as disappointing and difficult.
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