U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry testifies before the House Appropriations Committee's State, Foreign Operations and Related Programs Subcommittee, in Washington, February 25, 2015. AFP/Chip Somodevilla
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Iran is "forever" banned from building a nuclear weapon under an existing international treaty, top U.S. diplomat John Kerry said Wednesday, seeking to dismiss fears that limits on its program imposed in a new deal may eventually be lifted.U.S. and Iranian officials reported progress on getting to a deal that would clamp down on Tehran's nuclear activities for at least 10 years but would then slowly ease restrictions.Kerry agreed that Royce's questions were legitimate and that Iran must answer them if it wants to have an agreement with the U.S. and its partners on a deal to curb its nuclear program.He said Iran has complied with all the provisions of a first-step agreement, which launched the talks.
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