Middle East

Potentially Decisive Iran Nuclear Talks Openi
X
November 21, 2013 12:10 AM
Senior representatives of Iran's new government have begun a potentially decisive round of nuclear talks with the United Nations contact group in Geneva. Diplomats and experts believe these talks could produce an agreement to freeze Iran's nuclear program and begin to ease crippling economic sanctions. VOA’s Al Pessin reports from Geneva.

Potentially Decisive Iran Nuclear Talks Open

Published November 20, 2013

Senior representatives of Iran's new government have begun a potentially decisive round of nuclear talks with the United Nations contact group in Geneva. Diplomats and experts believe these talks could produce an agreement to freeze Iran's nuclear program and begin to ease crippling economic sanctions. VOA’s Al Pessin reports from Geneva.


You May Like

Sydney Hostage-taker Failed to Manipulate Social Media

Gunman forced captives to use personal Facebook, YouTube accounts to issue his demands; online community helped flag messages, urged others not to share them More

UN Seeks $8.4 Billion to Help War-Hit Syrians

Effort aimed at helping Syrians displaced within their own country and those who've fled to neighboring ones More

Who Are the Pakistani Taliban?

It's an umbrella group of militant organizations whose objective is enforcement of Sharia in Pakistan 'whether through peace or war' More