Vienna: US Secretary of State John Kerry was set today to try and seal a historic deal with Iran that would curb its nuclear programme in exchange for relief from painful sanctions.
But just days ahead of Tuesday's deadline for Iran and six major powers to nail down the accord they hope will end a 13-year standoff, diplomats on both sides said Friday that major differences remain.
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