The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says Iran has complied with an interim agreement it reached with the P5+1 group of world powers on its nuclear program last November.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier says Iran and the P5+1 group have made progress in the latest round of nuclear talks in Vienna though they failed to achieve desirable outcomes.
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says fresh round of negotiations on Iran's nuclear program will resume in December.
Iran's Assyrian and Armenian bishops in a letter to President Obama back the Vienna talks and a possible final deal on the country's nuclear program.
Hooman Majd, an Iranian-American journalist, says that a comprehensive nuclear accord would serve the interests of both sides and its possible failure would be to their detriment.
A surprise visit by the Saudi foreign minister to Vienna, the venue of nuclear talks between Iran and world powers, has met with strong reactions from Iranian media.
With negotiators talking against the clock to hammer out a final deal between Iran and P5+1 and news coming in thick and fast, IFP has decided to bring its audience up to speed by the moment as national and international media outlets release reports about the latest developments in Vienna.
Javan, a Tehran-based daily, says failure to clinch a deal that does not remove all the sanctions imposed on Iran is a "victory".
With tough 24 hours ahead of nuclear talks, Zarif and Kerry had a one-on-one meeting in Vienna.
An extension of nuclear talks in Vienna would give the upper hand to the West, weakening Iran’s position in the talks, says a principlist website.