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Iran deal still possible after 'modest progress': Blinken

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During a press conference in Berlin, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says that he believes reviving the Iran nuclear deal is still possible after "modest progress" in talks. SOUNDBITE of Antony Blinken

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