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Why did negotiations with Iran breakdown?

News reports last week made it appear as if a deal with Iran regarding its uranium enrichment program was basically a done deal. But in the end, negotiators were unable to agree on a framework for easing economic sanctions in exchange for Iran curbing its uranium enrichment program. After the talks ended, Iran's foreign minister took to Twitter, pointing a finger at the U.S. Iranian-American Nari Safavi tells us why he thinks the talks stalled. (Photo: AP/Jason Reed, Pool)

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