US Secretary of State John Kerry (R) talks with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on May 30, 2015 in Geneva. AFP/SUSAN WALSH
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The United States expects Iran to reduce its stockpile of low enriched uranium to the levels required under a deal with major powers by a June 30 deadline, the State Department said Wednesday.Talks among officials from world powers on curbing Iran's nuclear program resumed in Vienna and the Iranian delegation will join the negotiations Thursday, U.S. and European Union officials said.Wednesday, Iranian pilgrims at a holy site near the city of Qom intervened against the distribution of leaflets opposing Tehran's nuclear talks with world powers, state news agency IRNA reported.
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