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Suspension of Enrichment is Key to Iran Talks

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Suspension of Enrichment is Key to Iran Talks

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Suspension of Enrichment is Key to Iran Talks

Suspension of Enrichment is Key to Iran Talks

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Six major powers examine Iran's offer of "serious" nuclear talks. The U.S. and France insist that Iran suspend uranium enrichment. Details of Iran's response have yet to be released publicly.

Renee Montagne talks to Financial Times reporter Gareth Smyth.

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