EU, Iran voice optimism as nuclear deal talks restart • FRANCE 24 English

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EU, Iranian and Russian diplomats sounded upbeat as Iran and world powers held their first talks in five months on Monday to try to save their 2015 nuclear deal, despite Tehran taking a tough stance in public that Western powers said would not work.

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