White House says too early to assess impact of Kerry's injury on Iran talks

By REUTERS
June 2, 2015 20:40

 
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WASHINGTON - The White House said on Tuesday it was too early to assess the impact of US Secretary of State John Kerry's recent leg injury on the timing and location of ongoing Iran nuclear talks.

The United States and five other world powers have a June 30 deadline to reach a deal with Iran that would limit its nuclear capabilities in exchange for an easing of sanctions.

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