Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi is the chief negotiator for Iran in the talks with world powers over its disputed nuclear program. (AFP/Atta Kenare)
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Iran sees no alternative to a diplomatic settlement with six world powers on its nuclear program and believes both sides are resolved to reach a deal by a self-imposed Nov. 24 deadline, its deputy foreign minister said Saturday.Kerry said Wednesday that the negotiations would get more difficult if the Nov. 24 deadline were missed, and the powers were not -- for now -- weighing any extension to the talks.His remarks seemed aimed in part at raising the pressure on Tehran to agree to the deal, which would include tougher U.N. inspections to verify Iran is complying with its provisions.
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