Kerry Joins Geneva's Iran Nuclear Deal Talks

Ad Feedback - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is working this weekend - in Geneva. He and other top diplomats join difficult negotiations between six major world powers trying to broker a deal with Iran about its nuclear program.

Kerry and others joined the talks that started Wednesday but with little progress all week.

The diplomats are hoping to create a plan where Iran would pull back its nuclear program in return for limited relief from international sanctions that have devestated the Iranian economy.

Kerry and his counterparts from Russia, Britain, France, China and Germany headed for Geneva after receiving word Friday that Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and top European Union diplomat Catherine Ashton had made progress.

Details aren't know but they'd reached some sort of compromise on a major sticking point - Iran's claim to a right to produce nuclear fuel through uranium enrichment.

The two sides apparently made progress with Iran insisting it was for peaceful purposes and not paving the way to build a bomb as much of the world fears.

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