Iranian nuclear talks held

Reports say that no deal had been reached at the talks in Switzerland
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EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton (L) and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif attend a press conference after third day of talks on Iran's nuclear programme in Geneva. Reports say that no deal had been reached at the talks but that the talks have made it possible to move forward.
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Ashton and Zarif were joined by a number of foreign ministers and delegates at the talks which are seen as a big step forward in thawing relations between Iran and the west.
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Ashton and Zarif were joined by a number of foreign ministers and delegates at the talks which are seen as a big step forward in thawing relations between Iran and the west.
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US Secretary of State John Kerry also spoke at a press conference at the end of the third day of talks on Iran's nuclear programme.
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Zarif and the other delegates met at the Intercontinental Hotel in Geneva for the talks. Iranian president Hassan Rouhani urged the world powers not to miss an 'exceptional opportunity' to reach an agreement.
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Russian foreign mnister Sergei Lavrov is greeted by officials upon his arrival for the talks on Iran's nuclear programme.
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US Secretary of State John Kerry poses with European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton before their meeting with the Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif.
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French foreign minister Laurent Fabius arrives in Geneva for talks with Iran on its nuclear program. World powers have been trying to work out a preliminary deal that will end the dispute over Tehran's nuclear program.