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US, Iran lay ground for nuclear talks extension

US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks during his final press conference after talks over Tehran's nuclear program in Austria Convention Centre in Vienna, on July 15, 2014US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart laid the groundwork Tuesday for an extension of a Sunday deadline to strike a historic nuclear deal after intense talks in Vienna. A Western diplomat went as far as to say that it was now “highly probable” Iran and world powers would agree to such a move, and that the extension would be months not weeks. “As it’s highly improbable that we will finalise in Vienna before the weekend, it is highly probable that there will be a wish to continue to negotiate in the coming months,” the diplomat said on condition of anonymity. After a decade of rising tensions, the mooted accord between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany is aimed at easing concerns that Iran might develop nuclear weapons and silencing talk of war.

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