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seven days away from a deadline for a landmark nuclear deal with iran you secretary of state john kerry joining the talks in vienna friday around foreign minister mohammad javad zarif also on route they along with five other world powers on negotiating a deal that would ease sanctions on iran but underneath it rains in its nuclear program , which is same wilken is covering the talks from dubai lawmakers and commentators on both sides of put forward very , hot positions that will put pressure on the negotiators , but they're not in the room and they don't have a direct ability to influence talks , more worrying is iran supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei who a couple of days ago reiterated , some red lines that he has that almost certainly unacceptable to negotiate ses those demands included lifting sanctions all at once rather than state by state while iran's parliament danger you mean inspectors from its military sites , on those same issues american he had is already urging a tougher stance , officials including ex c. i. a. both david petraeus and former top or bombing raids signing in open lisa warning the deals to wake in reality the negotiators may be closer to each other than these positions would suggest , but it remains to be seen whether harmony is willing to make the compromises the negotiators are willing to make those sticking points mean the talks will likely slip past the june thirtieth deadline