Two Iranian fruit sellers wait for the customer in Tajrish bazaar northern Tehran, Iran, Tuesday, July 7, 2015. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
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Hope among Iranians for a lasting deal over their country's nuclear program gave way to frustration Wednesday as talks with world powers overran yet another deadline to seal a final accord.The deal, which has been under negotiation for over 20 months, was originally meant to be struck by July 1 . The deal would curb Tehran's atomic capability, making it virtually impossible to build a nuclear bomb, in exchange for a lifting of punishing economic sanctions imposed on the Islamic Republic since 2006 .For Iranian journalist Emad Abshenass, "it is frustrating because the talks are taking so long. But as long as the talks are going on there is hope that they finally reach a deal, or even an agreement.Given the statements made by both sides ahead of the Vienna talks, Abshenass said "everyone" thought negotiations would go past the initial June 30 deadline.
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