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Iran Nuclear Talks Extended

(Vienna) -- The negotiations between Iran and six world powers on Tehran's nuclear program will continue after failing to reach an agreement at meetings in Vienna. The European Union and Iran announced a four month extension of the talks due to "significant gaps" between the two sides. Secretary of State John Kerry said the sanctions against Iran's nuclear program will remain in place while the talks continue. The White House released a statement saying it was necessary for the talks to continue until a comprehensive solution that meets U.S. objectives is reached.

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