VIENNA —The deadline for an agreement in the Iran nuclear talks was officially pushed back by a week on Tuesday, as negotiators extended a temporary accord that limits Iran’s nuclear program. Without the last-minute extension, the interim agreement known as the joint plan of action would have expired at midnight. By announcing a new timeline with just a few hours to spare, the negotiators made official what they have acknowledged privately for days — they could not make the June 30 deadline. Read full article »
The Washington Post – Iran talks extended for a week as negotiators seek to bridge differences.
By Carol Morello