Washington Post — Talks on Iran’s nuclear program sputtered to a halt on Saturday after diplomats reported scant progress in narrowing differences over proposals to limit Iran’s atomic advances in exchange for sanctions relief.

The negotiations in Almaty, Kazakhstan, ended in a frustrating muddle, with the sides describing the talks as constructive but ultimately fruitless in resolving a dispute that has raised fears of another military conflict in the Middle East. At the conclusion, the negotiators could not agree on dates for a new round of meetings, nor could they declare diplomacy at an impasse.

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Source: The Algemeiner

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