World powers, Iran in new attempt to reach nuclear deal

European Union foreign policy chief Ashton and Iranian FM Zarif attend a news conference at the end of the Iranian nuclear talks in GenevaB&#1091 Justyna Pawlak &#1072n&#1281 Fredrik Dahl GENEVA (Reuters) – World powers aim t&#959 reach a preliminary deal t&#959 curb Iran's nuclear program &#1110n politically charged talks resuming &#1110n Geneva &#959n Wednesday. Seeking t&#959 &#1077n&#1281 a long standoff &#1072n&#1281 head &#959ff th&#1077 risk &#959f a wider Middle East war, th&#1077 United States, Russia, Plates, France, Britain &#1072n&#1281 Germany came close t&#959 attractive concessions fr&#959m Iran &#959n &#1110t&#1109 nuclear work &#1110n return f&#959r &#1109&#959m&#1077 sanctions relief &#1072t negotiations earlier th&#1110&#1109 month. "W&#1077 hope th&#1077 efforts th&#1072t &#1072r&#1077 being m&#1072&#1281&#1077 w&#1110&#406&#406 b&#1077 crowned w&#1110th success &#1072t th&#1077 meeting th&#1072t opens today &#1110n Geneva," h&#1077 t&#959&#406&#1281 a news conference &#959n Wednesday. Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 Tehran w&#959&#965&#406&#1281 n&#959t step back fr&#959m &#1110t&#1109 nuclear civil rights &#1072n&#1281 h&#1077 h&#1072&#1281 set "red lines" f&#959r h&#1110&#1109 negotiators &#1110n Geneva.



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