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Guarded optimism as Iran nuclear talks enter 'endgame'

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (C) speaks to the press after meeting with the German and French foreign ministers in separate meetings in Lausanne, Switzerland, on March 28, 2015World powers appeared Saturday to be narrowing in on a deal to stop Iran acquiring a nuclear bomb, with marathon talks stretching into the evening as Iran’s foreign minister voiced confidence the final hurdles can be overcome. “We’re moving forward,” Mohammad Javad Zarif told reporters after meeting separately with his German and French counterparts who flew into Lausanne, Switzerland on Saturday to join the negotiations. Iran and six world powers aim by Tuesday to agree the main contours of a deal reducing Iran’s nuclear programme in exchange for sanctions relief and ending a more than decade-old standoff. France’s top diplomat Laurent Fabius, the most hawkish in the P5+1 group of countries negotiating with Iran, said he wanted a “robust deal” with close oversight to ensure no violations.

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