World Powers Agree to Resume Talks with Iran

The US and other countries have agreed to resume talks with Iran over its nuclear program, even as Iran showed willingness to allow inspectors to visit a military base. Iran sent overtures for talks last month. News reports quoted US President Barack Obama as citing the possibility of talks amid what he described as “unprecedented pressure” world leaders have been placing on Iran. The US, France, Britain, China, Russia, and Germany agreed on March 6 to return to the negotiating table. Talks broke off in January 2011.

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