US Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday nuclear talks between world powers and Iran were expected to resume soon, after Tehran said it was quitting the negotiations. "We’re making progress, but I think we’re at a point in those talks where folks feel a need to consult, take a moment," Kerry told reporters in Tel Aviv. "There is every expectation that talks are going to continue in the next few days," he said of the talks. Iran on Friday accusing Washington of going against the spirit of a landmark agreement reached last month in Geneva by expanding its sanctions blacklist.
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