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UN atomic agency says Iran nuclear talks fail again

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The chief UN atomic inspector said Thursday that talks with Iran had failed again to reach a deal on enhanced inspections of Tehran's nuclear programme, two weeks before a major meeting with world powers. 

International Atomic Energy Agency chief inspector Herman Nackaerts speaks to journalists at Schwechat Airport in Vienna after a trip with his team to Iran, on February 14, 2013. Nackaerts said that talks with Iran had failed again to reach a deal on enhanced inspections of Tehran's nuclear programme, two weeks before a major meeting with world powers.

"We had discussions on the structured approach document but could not finalise the document," Herman Nackaerts of the International Atomic Energy Agency told reporters at Vienna airport after returning from Tehran.

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