British Foreign Secretary William Hague leaves number 10 Downing Street in London on June 17, 2014 as he leaves to address parliament. AFP PHOTO / ANDREW COWIE
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Britain said Tuesday it would re-open its embassy in Iran "within months," after a hiatus of more than two-and-a-half years, a diplomatic breakthrough that underscores the West's desire to secure Tehran's help in Iraq and elsewhere.Britain severed direct diplomatic relations with Iran after activists stormed its embassy in Tehran in late 2011 .Calling for Iran to take a "more realistic approach" to nuclear talks, Hague urged Iran to improve its ties with its neighbors including the Gulf states to try to defuse tensions in the region.
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