Iran Nuclear Talks Could Go Either Way, Says John Kerry

John Kerry has said nuclear negotiations with Iran could go either way, 48 hours before a deadline for an agreement to be concluded in Vienna.
The US secretary of state was speaking to reporters on Sunday as nuclear and financial experts from Iran and six global powers held long and increasingly fraught sessions on the text of an agreement aimed at resolving a standoff over Iran’s nuclear programme.
Foreign ministers from the UK, France, Germany and Russia are expected to arrive on Sunday night to join the talks on Monday.
Kerry emerged from the negotiations on crutches, the result of a recent cycling accident, and said he wanted to address press reports that a deal was at hand.