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The window for negotiations with Iran about its nuclear program cannot stay open for "too much longer," outgoing US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Thursday but she declined to provide a deadline.
"I don't think the window can remain open for too much longer (but) I am not going to put days, weeks or months on it," Clinton told a small group of reporters on her second-to-last day as the chief US diplomat.
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