U.S. says talks with Iran focused on nuclear security, not Iraq


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  • Saturday, 14 Jun 2014

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is not in talks with Iran about the current insurgency facing Iraq and is instead focused on resolving issues over Iran's nuclear program, the State Department said on Friday.

"We are not talking to the Iranians about Iraq," spokeswoman Marie Harf told reporters in a briefing.

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