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-- a new round of talks in Moscow today over Tehran's nuclear program.
The meeting between six world powers and Iran reportedly showing a few signs.
Of a bit of a breakthrough perhaps Steve Harrigan is streaming live for us on this story from Moscow hi Steve.
Martha -- still going on here to Moscow afternoon dates to the talks which both sides are describing as tense and tough.
On the one hand Iran is asking the international community to acknowledge what it says is its right to enrich uranium.
Now what the big question is whether Iran will bend on the question of whether it has the right to enrich uranium to 20% that's one step away from weapons grade.
That's what the six world powers want.
Iran to give you not to compromise -- without any compromise these crippling economic sanctions against Iran will continue.
Already those sanctions have cut -- -- oil exports by 40%.
And the currency the reality -- -- -- worth just 50% of what it was worth.
Ten months ago.
Those sanctions are likely to be even upgraded over the next two weeks.
When US and European Union sanctions really target Iran has oil exports as well since banking industry those sanctions taking -- -- whole -- -- economy.
Even further over the next two weeks unless we see an unlikely breakthrough here in Moscow today Martha back to you very interesting Steve thanks very much Steve Harrigan.
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