>> Iran nuclear talks are apparently turning away from reaching an agreement by deadline, with P5+1 starting internal discussions on extending the talks, diplomats told AP on Sunday afternoon.
>> On Monday, all P5+1 foreign ministers will be in Vienna. Russian FM arrived in Vienna on Sunday afternoon and the Chinese FM will arrive early Monday morning.
>> Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov arrived in Vienna on Sunday afternoon and is holding talks with Secretary of State John Kerry at Coburg.
>> Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif held talks on Sunday afternoon.
>> Officials involved in the talks tell journalists in Vienna that a "non-paper" framework agreement could be announced that gives sides 60 days to write a comprehensive deal within that framework.
>> Kerry will meet with Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal on Sunday in Vienna to update him on the nuclear negotiations with Iran. Update: Kerry is reportedly meeting Saudi FM on Faisal's plane at Vienna airport.
>> Kerry will attend a working dinner tonight hosted by UK Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, attended by EU Envoy Catherine Ashton and foreign ministers of France and Germany.
>> Iranian officials tell journalists in Vienna that Sunday’s trilateral meeting between Kerry, Ashton, and Zarif went “quite well.”
>> Austrian sources tell journalists that there has been “progress” and “movement forward” in talks on Sunday morning.
>> Iranian spokesman Behzad Saberi tells journalists that neither side is looking for extension of talks. Presumably, some form of agreement in in the works.