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EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton, left, poses for a photo with Iran's Chief Nuclear Negotiator Saeed Jalili in Baghdad, Iraq, Wednesday. (AP)
EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton, left, poses for a photo with Iran's Chief Nuclear Negotiator Saeed Jalili in Baghdad, Iraq, Wednesday. (AP)

Iran is looking for certain concessions as it meets Wednesday with negotiators for the U.S. and five other world powers on Tehran's nuclear program.

No breakthrough is expected in the talks that are going on in Baghdad. Iran is pushing for specific timetables and goals, but western leaders are signaling they want more disclosures about Tehran's nuclear program before offering any rewards.

Guest:

  • James Reynolds, BBC reporter in Baghdad

This segment aired on May 23, 2012.

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