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Kerry: Iran backed out of deal

US Secretary of State John Kerry has said major nations were unified on an Iran nuclear deal but the Iranians were unable to accept it. He said it was "not a race" to agree a deal but hoped one would be reached "within the next months".

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Deal with Iran would involve 'limited' sanction relief

An interim deal on nuclear power with Iran would involve limited, proportionate sanctions relief, the Foreign Secretary has said.

William Hague was addressing the House of Commons with his update on talks with Iran. Credit: .

William Hague said the "complex and detailed discussions" with Iran could still reach a resolution, but that the UK would not lift all existing sanctions at once.

He also confirmed that the newly-appointed non-resident charge d'affaires would visit Iran next month.

The next round of talks begin on 20th November.

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