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US says 'major issues' remain in Iran nuclear talks

US Secretary of State John Kerry talks to reporters as he leaves his hotel on the way to mass at the St Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna on July 12, 2015, where the Iran nuclear nuclear talks are being heldVienna (AFP) – “Major issues” must still be resolved in talks between world powers and Iran on a nuclear deal, a US official said Sunday following signs that an agreement may be close. Iranian diplomat Alireza Miryousefi, writing on Twitter, quoted a senior official from Tehran as saying a deal by Sunday night was “logistically impossible” as the agreement being drawn up spanned 100 pages. The talks are aimed at finalising a deal to make it extremely difficult for Iran to develop nuclear weapons.

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