Iran Restarts Talk Amid Nuclear Deal Deadlock

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Talks between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA have restarted over a probe into nuclear material found at nuclear sites in Iran, which has been at the centre of the stall in efforts to restore the country’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

IAEA head Rafael Grossi had met with Iran’s nuclear chief Mohammad Eslami in Vienna earlier on Monday following the General Conference of the agency, where both men delivered speeches.

The central issue of the talks is a probe into traces of man-made nuclear particles found years ago at several Iranian sites, for which the agency maintains Iran has not provided a sufficient explanation.

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