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EU top envoy to Iran nuclear talks says confident deal will be reached

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By Francois Murphy and John Irish VIENNA (Reuters) – The EU official leading talks to revive Iran’s nuclear deal said on Wednesday he was “quite sure” an agreement would be reached as the negotiations adjourned for a week. The talks resumed in Vienna on May 7 with the remaining parties to the deal – Iran, Russia, China, France, Britain and Germany – meeting in the basement of a luxury hotel, and the United States based in another hotel across the street. Iran has refused to hold direct talks with the United States on how to resume compliance with the deal, which former President Donald Trump a…

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