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Obama administration signals possible compromise in Iran nuclear talks
Obama administration signals possible compromise in Iran nuclear talks

Signaling a potential key compromise in negotiations with Iran, the White House said Monday that it might be willing to start providing sanctions relief as soon as Tehran begins putting in place new curbs on its nuclear program. The Obama administration and Iran have been at odds over how quickly sanctions will begin to be lifted once Iran and six world powers, including the United States, complete the nuclear deal they have been negotiating for 19 months. Tehran has insisted that the tough penalties on Iran should come off as soon as a deal begins to be implemented. U.S. officials have demanded that relief should be delayed until Iran completes curbs intended to keep it from...

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