MUSCAT (Reuters) - Little progress was made in two days of nuclear talks between Iran, the United States and the European Union (EU) held in Oman, a senior Iranian official said on Monday.
"After hours of talks we could make little progress," the official told Reuters. "Still differences remain and still we have gaps over issues."
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