Iran nuclear negotiations extended

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The United States, Iran and five other countries have agreed to extend negotiations over Iran's nuclear program for four more months.
The extension was expected but some American officials say that may not be enough time.
Leaders hope the additional time will allow for negotiators to iron out some differences over whether Iran will be forced to dismantle parts of its nuclear infrastructure.
During the extension, Iran will have access to more than $3 billion in frozen assets in the United States.

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