In this September 1, 2014 photo, deputy head of the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran Asghar Zarean explains about a part of a machine of the country's nuclear facilities in Tehran. The European Union on Thursday said Iran nuclear talks will resume in New York on September 18.

Negotiators face a November 24 deadline to overcome stubborn differences over the size and capacity of activities by Tehran that could be used to make nuclear arms.

The European Union says that talks between Iran and six world powers on a nuclear deal will resume in New York on September 18, 2014.

E.U. spokesman Michael Mann said on Thursday that preparatory meetings will be held in Vienna next week. Negotiators face a November 24 deadline to overcome stubborn differences over the size and capacity of activities by Tehran that could be used to make nuclear arms.

E.U. foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton is coordinating the talks on behalf of the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany.

The talks have stalled over intense disagreements over the purpose of Iran’s nuclear program, which Tehran says is aimed at peaceful purposes only.

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