US Secretary of State John Kerry at a news conference on Iran nuclear talks
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'Iran talks could go either way'

The US Secretary of State, John Kerry, says discussions on Iran's nuclear programme have made genuine progress but that a deal is not yet certain.

Negotiators from six world powers have been involved in a final push to try to secure an agreement by Tuesday.

Speaking outside the talks in Vienna, Mr Kerry said a deal had never been closer, but the talks could still go either way.

  • 05 Jul 2015
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