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September 24, 2013 8:38 PM

Obama, Iran’s Rouhani signal willingness to ease tensions

They may not have announced any breakthroughs, and there was no historic meeting. But the presidents of the United States and Iran made it clear on Tuesday that they’re ready for serious talks on a settlement to the feud over Iran’s nuclear program that could begin easing more than 30 years of hostility and estrangement.

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