US Secretary of State John Kerry waves as he boards his plane at Orly Airport, south of Paris, en route to Vienna on October 15, 2014. AFP PHOTO/POOL/CAROLYN KASTER
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was due back in Vienna Wednesday for a fresh push with his Iranian counterpart to jumpstart stalled talks over Tehran's nuclear program.Iran and six world powers have six weeks, before a November 24 deadline, to strike a historic deal meant to prevent Tehran from developing nuclear weapons under the guise of its civilian atomic program.Kerry, who attempted a similar mission in Vienna before a July deadline which was then pushed back, said Tuesday there was still hard work to be done but that a deal remains achievable.Kerry refused to be drawn on whether -- as suggested by many experts -- Iran and the six powers might push back the target date.A one-day meeting involving Iran and all six powers was scheduled for Thursday.
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