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December 6, 2010 2:26 PM

Talks underway in Geneva over Iranian nuclear program

An official called the first session "constructive and positive" and said Iran agreed that international fears that it is trying to develop a nuclear weapon should be the focus of the talks. However, the Iranians and officials from six other countries, including the United States, did not lunch together.

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