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This is VOA news reporting via remote. I'm Joe Ramsey.

France's foreign minister said on Monday diplomats from Britain, China, France, Germany, and Russia will meet with Iran at the United Nations later this week to try to get fresh momentum to stalled talks over reviving the 2015 nuclear deal.

A sixth-round of indirect talks between Tehran and Washington was adjourned in June after a hardliner, Ebrahim Raisi, was elected Iran’s president.

Since April, Iran and the world powers have tried to work out how Tehran and Washington can both return to compliance with the nuclear pact, with[which] former US President Donald Trump abandoned in 2018 and imposed ... reimposed harsh sanctions on Tehran.

France's foreign minister said [quote] “Time is playing against a potential accord. We need to take advantage of this week to restart these talks. Iran must accept to return to (the talks) as quickly as possible by forming its representatives for negotiations.”

The United Nations cultural body, UNESCO, announced Monday the United States will formally return an illegally imported 3,500-year-old tablet to Iraq this week.

The ancient tablet, which a wealthy US collector had acquired along with other Iraqi artifacts to display in the Washington Museum of the Bible, will be handed over to Iraqi officials at the Smithsonian Institution on Thursday.

UNESCO called the re... repatriation of the tablet, along with 17,000 other artifacts sent back to Iraq in July, [quote] “a significant victory in the fight against the illicit trafficking of cultural objects.”

It said that when the Islamic State extremist group controlled large parts of Iraq and Syria Iraqi sites and museums were systematically looted.

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