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Iran proposes limiting its nuclear efforts

GENEVA — Speaking in English and using PowerPoint, Iran’s foreign minister outlined a proposal on Tuesday to constrain his country’s nuclear program in return for a right to enrich uranium and an easing of the sanctions that have been battering the Iranian economy.

After the discussions ended, Iran’s deputy foreign minister, Abbas Araghchi, and his team met for about an hour at the United Nations headquarters here with the US delegation led by Wendy Sherman, a senior State Department official.

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