Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Iran Nuclear Talks News Updates -- March 31, 2015

VOA: Gaps Remain in Iran Nuclear Talks

Negotiations on curbing Iran's nuclear program entered their final hours Tuesday before a self-imposed midnight deadline, with teams from Iran and a group of six world powers trying to resolve 18 months of talks into the outline of a comprehensive agreement.

Officials in Lausanne, Switzerland, expressed a mix of hope and caution about the work that remained to overcome differences on pieces such as how long the deal should last, how quickly economic sanctions against Iran should be lifted, and what to do if Iran violates the terms.

WNU Editor: My prediction .... if past talks are any indication .... expect an announcement that they will continue their talks in a month or two.

Iran Nuclear Talks News Updates -- March 31, 2015

Officials: Iran nuke talks to continue in new phase -- AP
Iran, powers push for nuclear deal as clock ticks toward deadline -- Reuters
Report: Parties prepare to issue Iran nuke talks statement -- USA Today
Iran nuclear talks: 'Good chance' of deal as deadline looms -- BBC
Iran nuclear talks reportedly close to statement on partial agreement -- The Guardian
Iran Nuclear Envoys Near Outline Agreement, Buy More Time -- Bloomberg
Diplomats scurry to reach Iran deal before deadline -- Washington Post
Iran nuclear talks enter final day -- Al Jazeera
Deadline day for Iran nuclear talks dawns with sides far apart on key issues -- FOX News
Lavrov headed back to Iran talks, prospects 'good' -- AP
Lavrov: Chances to reach Iran nuclear deal ‘pretty good’ -- RT
Russia's Lavrov to rejoin Iran talks, sees chance of success -- Reuters
Iran nuclear "deadline" may only yield a lifeline -- CBS/AP
Iran Nuclear Talks Go To The Wire With 50-50 Chance of Success, Negotiators Say -- Huffington Post
Five hurdles to an Iran nuclear deal -- Oren Dorell, USA Today
Iran's nuclear programme: what we know -- AFP
21 questions on Iran nuclear talks: What's going on? What's at stake? -- Jethro Mullen, CNN
How Iranians see the nuclear talks -- BBC
If a deal is done, would Iran cheat? -- Jamsheed K. Choksy and Carol E.B. Choksy

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