By Parisa Hafezi and Louis Charbonneau VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran's foreign minister said on Monday some differences still remained between Iran and six powers over the country's disputed nuclear program ahead of Tuesday's deadline for a final agreement to end a 12-year-old dispute. ... Some differences remain and we are trying and working hard," Mohammad Javad Zarif told reporters. The deal under discussion between Iran and the powers is aimed at curbing Tehran's most sensitive nuclear work for a decade or more, in exchange for relief from sanctions that have crippled the Iranian economy.
By Mark John PARIS (Reuters) - France urged Greece on Monday to come back to the negotiating table with new proposals, insisting a cash-for-reform deal was possible even as the country's resounding 'No' vote prompted growing German calls for its exit from the euro zone. President Francois Hollande, who welcomes Germany's Angela Merkel for talks in Paris on Monday before a euro zone summit on Tuesday, has sought in vain to bridge the gap between Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and other European leaders. Hollande also has a tough balancing act at home.