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The high-stakes Iran nuclear summit: Is a deal possible?

Iran and the P5+1 nations — permanent U.N. Security Council members America, Russia, China, France, and England, plus Germany — are holding talks this weekend over Iran's nuclear program. The Istanbul summit represents the first Iran nuclear talks in a year and a half, but expectations for a breakthrough aren't especially high, given the players' competing interests and goals, the looming U.
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