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End of isolation for Iran if nuclear deal is sealed 30.6.2015 Asian Age: International
US secretary of state John Kerry (left) and Iran foreign minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif (right). -AFP For Iran, primarily it could mean an end to its isolation from the world. It will be able to have normal economic relations with other countries and to export its energy and attract foreign investments. For many years now, Iran’s nuclear programme has been one of the most intractable problems in the world. This problem now seems to be on a path to resolution thanks to the impending deal which has been reached after months of negotiations between the P5 Plus One and the new Iranian regime led by President Rouhani. So, if a deal is finally reached on June 30, what would it mean for various countries? For Iran, primarily it could mean an end to its isolation from the world. It will be able to have normal economic relations with other countries and to export its energy and attract foreign investments. In due course, when sanctions are lifted, it will be able to use the money from energy sales to develop its ...
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Oil hits three-week lows as Greek crisis worsens; eyes on Iran 30.6.2015 Sify Finance
By Barani Krishnan
‘Too early to tell if Iran deal sealed’ 29.6.2015 Asian Age: International
US secretary of state John Kerry warned Monday it was too soon to tell if a nuclear deal with Iran is possible as he awaited the return of Iran’s foreign minister from consultations in Tehran. “We’re just working and it’s too early to make any judgements,” Mr Kerry told reporters in Vienna following a weekend of intense talks with counterparts from five other major powers and Iran. In a possible sign of progress, meanwhile, Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said that he would arrive on Tuesday, coinciding with the expected return of his Iranian opposite number Mohammad Javad Zarif. French foreign minister Laurent Fabius, speaking in New York, said he would be back in Vienna this week. It was unclear when his British, German or Chinese counterparts might follow suit. Over the weekend officials from both sides made clear that their Tuesday deadline to nail down a deal was highly unlikely to be met, although they said they would only extend by several days. Meanwhile, a system has been reached in talks ...
‘Too early to tell if Iran deal sealed’ 29.6.2015 Asian Age: International
US secretary of state John Kerry warned Monday it was too soon to tell if a nuclear deal with Iran is possible as he awaited the return of Iran’s foreign minister from consultations in Tehran. “We’re just working and it’s too early to make any judgements,” Mr Kerry told reporters in Vienna following a weekend of intense talks with counterparts from five other major powers and Iran. In a possible sign of progress, meanwhile, Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said that he would arrive on Tuesday, coinciding with the expected return of his Iranian opposite number Mohammad Javad Zarif. French foreign minister Laurent Fabius, speaking in New York, said he would be back in Vienna this week. It was unclear when his British, German or Chinese counterparts might follow suit. Over the weekend officials from both sides made clear that their Tuesday deadline to nail down a deal was highly unlikely to be met, although they said they would only extend by several days. Meanwhile, a system has been reached in talks ...
Oil hits 3-week lows as Greece crisis worsens; eyes on Iran 29.6.2015 Sify Finance
By Barani Krishnan
Kerry says 'too soon' to tell if Iran deal sealed 29.6.2015 All International Stories
US Secretary of State John Kerry warned today it was too soon to tell if tough negotiations with Iran on a deal curtailing its nuclear programme will succeed. On the eve of Tuesday's deadline, which everyone has already acknowledged will slip, ...
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There’s no nuking Indo-French ties 29.6.2015 HBL: Opinion
Middle power congruence, which sidesteps the superpowers, has sustained France’s support for India’s nuclear programme
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John Kerry says ‘too soon’ to tell if Iran N-deal sealed 29.6.2015 FirstPost: World

US Secretary of State John Kerry warned today it was too soon to tell if tough negotiations with Iran on a deal curtailing its nuclear programme will succeed.

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Barack Obama sent Iran message ahead of nuclear deadline: Report 29.6.2015 Zee News : World
US President Barack Obama recently sent a private message to Iran`s leadership via Iraq`s prime minister, an Iranian newspaper reported Monday on the eve of a deadline for a nuclear deal.
Greek worries push oil below $62 to three-week low 29.6.2015 All International Stories
Oil fell more than $1 to below $62 per barrel on Monday, its lowest in three weeks, as Greece shut its banks and imposed capital controls, causing investors to flee from riskier assets and darkening the demand outlook.
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Iran FM flies home for talks as nuclear deal deadline nears 29.6.2015 Zee News : World
Iran`s foreign minister flew home late Sunday for consultations after an intense day of talks with major powers, as a looming deadline for a historic nuclear deal looked set to slip by a few days.
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All sides showing `political will` for Iran nuclear deal: EU 29.6.2015 Zee News : World
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said Sunday all sides had shown the political will needed to strike a nuclear deal with Iran, praising the "good results" despite a day of tough talks.
Iran, US Negotiators Hold Fresh N-Talks In Austria 28.6.2015 newindianexpress.com
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Sunday held another meeting with his US counterpart John Kerry in the Austrian capital, as part of the negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers.
Focus on India-Russia-Iran transport corridor via Central Asia 28.6.2015 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi, June 28 : Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's five-nation tour of Central Asia in July, the focus is back on an agreement for the International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) that India signed more than a decade ago with Russia and Iran -- even as a June 30 deadline for the Iranian nuclear deal draws near.
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Focus on India-Russia-Iran transport corridor via Central Asia 28.6.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's five-nation tour of Central Asia in July, the focus is back on an agreement for the International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) that India signed more than a decade ago with Russia and Iran -- even as ...
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EU's Mogherini says "not impossible" to get Iran nuclear deal 28.6.2015 Zee News : World
 European Union foreign policy chief Frederica Mogherini said on Sunday it was not impossible to get a deal between world powers and Iran over its nuclear programme but said tough days lay ahead as a self-imposed June 30 deadline nears. 
Iran says nuclear deal within reach if other side is reasonable – IRNA | Reuters 28.6.2015 FirstPost: World

DUBAI Iran will reach a nuclear deal with world powers so long as the other side does not make excessive demands, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif was quoted as saying on Saturday as he arrived in Vienna for the final stage of the talks. "If the other side ... takes positive steps and does not make excessive demands, we will certainly reach a deal that benefits everyone," Zarif was quoted as saying by state news agency IRNA.

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US, Iran say 'hard work' ahead to seal nuclear deal 27.6.2015 DNA: Recent Columns
US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iran's foreign minister both today warned of "hard work" ahead as they sought to seal a historic deal after almost two years of intense diplomatic effort. "We've a lot of hard work to do. There are some very tough issues, and I think we all look forward to getting down to the final efforts here to see whether or not a deal is possible," Kerry said at the start of talks with Mohammad Javad Zarif in Vienna. "I think everybody would like to see an agreement. But we have to work through some difficult issues," Kerry added before reporters left the room, saying he was "hopeful". Zarif said negotiators "need to work really hard in order to be able to make progress and move forward. "We are determined to do everything we can to be able to make this effort possible. Of course, that depends on a lot of things and we're going to work on it," Zarif added. Days before a June 30 deadline that officials admit may slip a few days, diplomats say the mooted accord finalising a ...
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Iran says nuclear deal within reach if other side is reasonable 27.6.2015 Zee News : World
Iran will reach a nuclear deal with world powers so long as the other side does not make excessive demands, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif was quoted as saying on Saturday as he arrived in Vienna for the final stage of the talks.
Still major problems in nuclear talks, says Iran 27.6.2015 Asian Age: International
Iran warned Friday that “some major problems” need to be resolved before a historic nuclear deal can be agreed, as US Secretary of State John Kerry prepared to fly to Vienna for crunch weekend talks. The United States, admitting for the first time that Tuesday’s deadline may be missed by a few days, had said Thursday that “tough political decisions” still have to be made and that “some of the trickiest issues” remain under discussion. With Mr Kerry due late Friday and other ministers from Iran and major powers expected this weekend, Iran’s lead negotiator said: “Some major problems exist which are still blocking the work.” Abbas Araghchi, who is deputy foreign minister, told state television however that “in other areas we have made good progress... Overall, the work is moving ahead slowly and with difficulty”. Iran’s IRNA news agency meanwhile quoted a source as saying that the remaining gaps “all involve issues of substantial and essential divergence”. The P5+1 — the United States, China, Russia, ...
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