双语新闻：世界强国和伊朗同意未来举行核会谈 World Powers, Iran Agree to Future Nuclear Talks
Two days of talks between world powers and Iran about the country's controversial
nuclear program have resulted in an agreement to continue negotiations, but no major breakthroughs.
The meetings Tuesday and Wednesday in Almaty, Kazakhstan were the first since last June, when negotiations broke apart amid rigid demands by both sides.
They now plan to hold expert-level talks next month in Istanbul, Turkey, followed by another round of meetings between top negotiators in Almaty in early April.
The so-called P5+1 group of nations -- the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany -- offered this week to ease some sanctions against Iran if Tehran agrees to halt some of its nuclear activity.