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Don't interfere in Iran talks, Kerry urges Congress

AFP , Sunday 12 Apr 2015
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Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday urged US lawmakers to allow talks with Iran on curbing its nuclear program to be completed without interference, amid threats of new sanctions.

Kerry told CBS's "Face the Nation" he would brief lawmakers on Monday and Tuesday about the outlines of the Iran deal reached in Lausanne on April 2, saying: "I think people need to hold their fire and let us negotiate without interference and be able to complete the job over the course of the two-and-a-half months."

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