Oct. 16 - Officials with Iran, the European Union and the West are in Geneva to continue negotiations over Iran's nuclear program. Nathan Frandino reports.
One by one, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi, European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton and other international delegates are gearing up for day two. The group is in Geneva for talks at the United Nations headquarters on Iran's nuclear program. The world leaders are pressing Iran for details of its proposal to resolve their decade-old nuclear dispute. Iran released some of those details in the first day of talks, but both sides say much work remains to be done. Western diplomats stress they want Tehran to back up its friendly language with concrete actions, such as curbing uranium enrichment. Only then could Western nations consider reducing economic sanctions against Iran. A U.S. administration official says it would be quote "proportional to what Iran puts on the table."