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Envoys from Iran, the United States and the EU are all set for a second day of nuclear talks in Vienna. According to people familiar with the matter, they seem to be further apart than the last time they met by raising more hurdles in the search for a deal. Stephen Stapczynski reports on Bloomberg Television.

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