President Barack Obama delivers remarks on his executive action on immigration at Del Sol High School in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken, File)
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U.S. President Barack Obama warns that "significant gaps" remain with Iran over its disputed nuclear program, as a deadline for a deal looms large.Iran and world powers, including Washington, engaged Sunday in a diplomatic blitz less than 36 hours before the cutoff time for an agreement, with officials on both sides insisting they were still pulling out all the stops in the Vienna talks.Speaking to ABC News in comments broadcast Sunday, Obama said an interim deal with Tehran had been a success.Obama said the nuclear talks, if successful, could ultimately have a far-reaching benefit.The two key players in the protracted on-off negotiations have been trying since Thursday to secure a deal that would curb Iran's disputed nuclear activities in exchange for broad relief from punishing international sanctions.An Iranian source told AFP that Tehran is open to having the nuclear negotiations extended by six months or a year if no real progress towards an agreement is achieved later Sunday.Some areas under discussion appear provisionally settled in what would be a highly complex deal that would run for many years, even decades.
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