The nuclear talks between the six major world powers and Iran may extend past the June 30th deadline, according to a statement by a top US official.
According to the Local, the official admitted to reporters on Thursday that “we may not make June 30th, but we will be close.” The official added a deal will be reached at the beginning of July.
“The intent of everybody here -- the P5+1, the European Union, Iran -- is to stay until we get this done, or find out we can't. And our intent is to g...
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