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Iran hails ‘softer’ and ‘smarter’ approach to its nuclear program | CSMonitor.com

Talks on Iran’s nuclear program made unexpected progress in Kazakhstan, reaching what Iran called a potential “turning point” to limit its most sensitive nuclear work in exchange for modest sanctions relief.

Tehran reacted positively to a revised proposal that eases demands from six world powers on Iran’s 20-percent uranium enrichment and its deeply buried Fordow facility.

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