Iran and key world powers have begun talks in the Swiss city of Geneva on Tehran's disputed nuclear program. On Sunday Iran said it had delivered its first domestically produced raw uranium and would now go into the talks with ï¿½strength and powerï¿½. Western powers fear Iran may be trying to produce nuclear arms, but Tehran says its program is purely peaceful. Lisa Mullins talks with the BBC's Iran correspondent James Reynolds who is at the meeting.
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