Middle East

U.S. officials: More work needed before Iran nuclear deal can be reached

A handout photo released by Russia's state atomic energy agency Rosatom shows Iran's nuclear programme chief Ali Akbar Salehi (L) and Rosatom Director General Sergey Kirienko signing an agreement in Moscow on November 11, 2014. Russia on November 11 signed a deal with Iran to build two new nuclear reactors and agreed to expand the total number of Russian reactors in the country to eight, the state nuclear agency Rosatom said. AFP PHOTO / ROSATOM / NIKITA BAREYME

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on November 12, 2014, on page 10.




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