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24 April 13
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US Secretary of State John Kerry says Iran backed out of a deal on its nuclear programme during talks with world powers in Geneva on Saturday.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has said Iran backed out of a deal on its nuclear programme during talks with world powers in Geneva on Saturday.
Amid reports that France's reservations scuppered an agreement, Mr Kerry told reporters in Abu Dhabi: "The French signed off on it; we signed off on it."
Iran had been unable to accept the deal "at that particular moment", he added.
Mr Kerry said he hoped in the next few months they could "find an agreement that meets everyone's standards".
Representatives from Iran and the so-called P5+1 - the US, UK, France, Russia and China plus Germany - will meet again on 20 November.
Iran stresses that its nuclear programme is for peaceful purposes only, but world powers suspect it is seeking to develop nuclear weapons.