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Iran will discuss its nuclear program with world powers

Seeks to end harsh sanctions

ALMATY, Kazakhstan — Iran and world powers trying to curb Iran’s nuclear progress are coming to the negotiating table this week with the window shrinking on diplomacy. Tehran is moving closer to achieving the ability to make atomic arms, and that increases the threat of Mideast conflict.

Israel says Iran is only a few months away from the threshold of having material to turn into a bomb and has vowed to use all means to prevent it from reaching that point. The United States has not said what its ‘‘red line’’ is, but has said it will not tolerate an Iran armed with nuclear weapons.

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