International Atomic Energy Agency director-general Yukiya Amano leaves Palais Coburg, the venue for nuclear talks in Vienna, Austria, July 4, 2015. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
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Iran and world powers continued marathon talks Saturday in an attempt to clinch an historic nuclear accord but remained divided on issues such as lifting U.N. sanctions and development of advanced centrifuges.Diplomats close to the negotiations said they had tentative agreement on a mechanism for suspending U.S. and European Union sanctions on Iran.But the six powers had yet to agree on a United Nations Security Council resolution that would lift U.N. sanctions and establish a means of re-imposing them in case of Iranian non-compliance with a future agreement.Answering the IAEA's so-far unresolved questions about the "possible military dimensions" (PMD) of past Iranian nuclear research will be a condition for easing some sanctions on Iran if Tehran and the six powers succeed in agreeing on a nuclear accord in Vienna, diplomats close to the talks say.Senior officials from Iran and the six powers have continued meeting to try to finalize an agreement.
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