Iran and P5+1 nuclear talks enter second day in Geneva

Thursday, 21 November 2013 - 13:08

Negotiations between world powers and Iran on the future of Tehran's nuclear programme are entering a second day.

It follows a "positive" first meeting between chief negotiators Catherine Ashton and Mohammad Javad Zarif.

Both sides have expressed confidence that a breakthrough can be achieved in Geneva.

However, Iran's Supreme Leader has set "red lines" for the meeting.

An interim deal could see Iran curb its uranium enrichment in return for easing of some international sanctions.

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