Jul 10, 2015

Deadline for Iran deal extended to Monday | Washington Examiner

Negotiators working on a deal to limit Iran's nuclear program have agreed to extend an interim agreement until Monday to give them more time to work, a senior State Department official said Friday. Talks in Vienna hit a snag on Thursday when Secretary of State John Kerry balked at escalating Iranian demands likely to cause political problems for any agreement in Congress and threatened to walk...

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