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    Iran Nuclear Talks Weigh on Those Watching from Afari
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    November 20, 2013 7:52 PM
    Iranians at home and those living abroad are closely watching international talks this week aimed at ending Iran's controversial nuclear program. As VOA's Jeff Seldin reports, many are hopeful that the negotiations could end years of animosity between the West and Iran.

    Iran Nuclear Talks Weigh on Those Watching from Afar

    Published November 20, 2013

    Iranians at home and those living abroad are closely watching international talks this week aimed at ending Iran's controversial nuclear program. As VOA's Jeff Seldin reports, many are hopeful that the negotiations could end years of animosity between the West and Iran.


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