The United States and the other P5+1 powers unsurprisingly have extended the June 30 deadline for reaching an agreement to supervise and limit Iran’s nuclear development program.

The extension is for one week, until July 7.


As The reported here earlier this week, “deadline” has a different meaning in the Muslim Middle East than it does in Western countries.

The announcement came hours after a Western official was reported to have said that the IAEA will announce that Iran has lived up to its promise to reduce its enriched uranium stockpile.


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