The head of the UN atomic watchdog has landed in Tehran for talks in wake of the Geneva negotiations between Iran and western powers.
International Atomic Energy Agency head Yukiya Amano told AFP that his negotiations were “independent” from those held in Geneva. However a deal with the IAEA could precipitate a deal with Western powers set to meet again on November 20. "The only reason he (Amano) would go would be if he’s confident that they were going to agree on something,” a diplomat told AFP, predicting an initial accord with “confidence-building measures”. (AFP)