U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (2nd L) waits for lunch following a morning meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister over Iran's nuclear programme in Lausanne March 19, 2015. AFP PHOTO/Brian Snyder
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart reported "progress" in talks on Tehran's contested nuclear program but with still much left to achieve ahead of an March 31 deadline.That chimed with Iran's foreign minister who said Wednesday that the arrival of other foreign ministers -- which might suggest a deal is at hand -- was not expected this week.The highly complex deal would likely involve Iran reducing in scope its nuclear activities, allowing ultra-tight inspections, exporting abroad nuclear material and halting development of new nuclear machinery.Negotiators missed two deadlines last July and November to clinch a deal despite numerous rounds of talks around the world.
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