US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) arrives for a breakfast meeting with Britain's Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond in central London, on November 18, 2014. AFP Photo/Matt Dunham/Pool
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Britain expressed doubts Wednesday that a nuclear deal could be reached with Iran by a looming deadline, as Tehran and six world powers haggled in a final round of talks in Vienna.It could resolve a 12-year standoff, silence talk of war, help normalise Iran's relations with the West and mark a rare foreign success for US President Barack Obama.The six powers say Iran has no such need in the foreseeable future.US Secretary of State John Kerry and other foreign ministers from the six powers were expected to fly into Vienna later in the week.Upping the ante, Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who has been in Vienna since Tuesday, said a deal was "possible" but only if the six powers did not ask for too much.
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