Kerry: Iran nuclear deal harder after November deadline

November 5, 2014 21:05

PARIS - Reaching a nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers will be more difficult if negotiations drag beyond a November 24 deadline, US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday.

Kerry, speaking ahead of his planned weekend talks with Iran's foreign minister, said the United States and its allies were not - for now - weighing an extension of the negotiations.

"I think it gets more complicated if you can't" meet the deadline, Kerry said, adding "it's not impossible."

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