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Life Without U.S. Begins for World Powers Trying to Save Iran Deal

  • Friday’s meeting in Vienna is first since Trump’s May 8 exit
  • China, EU and Russia to discuss finance, monitoring with Iran
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Officials will meet for the first time without the U.S. in Vienna to discuss the Iran nuclear deal.(Source: Bloomberg)
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Efforts by world powers to salvage the landmark nuclear deal with Iran pick up on Friday in Vienna, where officials will meet for the first time without U.S. diplomats present.

Russia, China, the U.K., France and Germany will discuss the economic incentives Iran needs to keep caps on its nuclear work in place, according to officials who’ll attend the talks. Diplomats will also consider verification activities of International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors, who reported on Thursday that Iran continues abiding by its commitments.