John Kerry Still Pushing for Iran Nuke Deal After Breakdown

ABC News' Martha Raddatz discusses the diplomatic effort to freeze Iran's nuclear program.
1:32 | 11/11/13

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The latest on the efforts to freeze iran's nuclear program. Secretary of state jon kerry is pushing hard for the landmark deal. Martha raddatz is with us. They're disputing reports that the u.S. And the allies are divided on how to approach iran? Reporter: The breakdown seems to be over how much of iran's nuclear program would have to be shut down. The iranians want to keep enriching uranium. The french had concerns. They felt that gave iran too much of an advantage. Secretary kerry said in the end, there was unity between the powers. There was unity but iran couldn't take it. After the talks broke down, iran's president said iran has a right to enriment. That looks likes the sticking point. Lower-level diplomats will return to the negotiating table ON NOVEMBER 20th. Secretary kerry believes deal can be hammered out. Overnight, the iranians si signed a deal with united nations to have more inpexs. There's a deal for expanded monitoring with the u.N. Inspectors that would allow them access to a key uranium mine and a heavy water reactor. Now to the player at the center of the escalating nl

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