Iran's President Hassan Rouhani addresses the audience during a meeting in Ankara June 10, 2014. (REUTERS/Umit Bektas)
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More negotiations are the only solution to Iran's decade-long nuclear standoff with the West, President Hassan Rouhani said Tuesday.Rouhani's remarks were his first on the four-month extension until November of talks with world powers agreed in Vienna last week after the two sides said progress made so far was still short of a final breakthrough. Iran has always denied that it is pursuing an atomic bomb.The U.N. atomic agency said Monday that Iran had eliminated all of its most sensitive nuclear material in line with an interim deal struck with the West last November and implemented in January.
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