In Vienna, nuclear negotiators have missed a Friday date which in effect doubles to 60 days the amount of time a hostile US Congress will have to pick holes in any deal. The deadline may now seem artificial to some, but John Kerry insists he won't stay at any price. Meanwhile, the Iranians accuse the West of moving the goalposts at the last minute. Also, the vote wasn't even close: in the wake of the Charleston shooting that killed nine, the Confederate flag has come down in South Carolina.
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