No guarantee of success in Iran nuke talks

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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif shouts from a balcony of the Palais Coburg Hotel where the Iran nuclear talks meetings are being held in Vienna, Austria on July 13, 2015. Negotiators from Iran and major powers are “working hard” to secure a nuclear deal, but “political will” is still needed, an Iranian diplomat involved in the Vienna talks said. AFP PHOTO/JOE KLAMAR

Iran and six world powers were slowly edging towards an accord Monday, which would give Tehran sanctions relief in exchange for limits on its nuclear program. However, Iranian officials have said the marathon talks could run past their latest midnight deadline and success was not guaranteed. CCTV America’s Richard Bestic filed this report from Vienna, where the talks are being held.

No guarantee of success in Iran nuke talks

No guarantee of success in Iran nuke talks

Iran and six world powers were slowly edging towards an accord Monday, which would give Tehran sanctions relief in exchange for limits on its nuclear programme. However, Iranian officials have said the marathon talks could run past their latest midnight deadline and success was not guaranteed.


Mohsen Milani on Iran nuclear talks
For a perspective on the Iran nuclear talks, CCTV-America’s Asieh Namdar spoke to Mohsen Milani. He’s a Professor of Politics at the University of South Florida and Executive Director of the Center for Strategic and Diplomatic Studies.
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Mohsen Milani on Iran nuclear talks

Mohsen Milani on Iran nuclear talks

For a perspective on the Iran nuclear talks, CCTV-America's Asieh Namdar spoke to Mohsen Milani. He's a Professor of Politics at the University of South Florida and Executive Director of the Center for Strategic & Diplomatic Studies.