Iran nuclear talks restart after five-month hiatus, said EU • FRANCE 24 English

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International talks to revive the 2015 #Iran #nuclear deal restarted on Monday in #Vienna after a five-month hiatus, a spokesman for the EU delegation at the negotiations said. Anthony Mills, FRANCE 24 correspondent in Vienna, tells us more.

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