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Iran nuclear talks creep toward conclusion as negotiators battle over words MP3

GWEN IFILL: The efforts to reach an Iran nuclear deal appeared so close today that Iran’s president even tweeted about it, calling it a good beginning. But in no time at all, that tweet was deleted and reports of new negotiating snags surfaced. So, the sun set again in Vienna today with no agreement. Indira Lakshmanan is covering the talks for Bloomberg News, and she joins us now. Indira, late this afternoon, we... Source: pbs.org

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