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Iran doubles down on demands as nuclear talks resume


VIENNA – Iran has made numerous demands as it resumed talks with the United States and other world powers to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal on Monday, doubling down ahead of negotiations to begin in the spring and casting doubts on a rapid breakthrough.

The talks, which are taking place in the Austrian capital amid a strict coronavirus lockdown, aim to agree steps Iran and the United States will take to comply with the 2015 agreement, which lifted most international sanctions against Tehran in exchange for strict but temporary sanctions. restrictions on Iran’s nuclear work.

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