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three averages posted a third weekly loss in a row. you look at the dow and s&p 500, they made a u-turn and sitting in the negative for the year. let me ask you this you drive a tesla. you will be able to go farther on a single charge. elon musk hinted on twitter that a software update will end what's known as range anxiety. you are going somewhere and you don't think you will have enough oomph to get there. the standard gets 200 miles a charge. musk did not say how much the battery life will increase. the tesla cars with get upgrades without ever going to a mechanic. you know they are smartphones. software updates to boost performance. good news if you like to grab ice cream and a binge watcher. you may be able to stream "seinfeld." in talks to stream the hit.
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yahoo! is in talks to buy rights to stream the show. that could fetch sony almost $500 million per episode. netflix took a pass on the show late last year. it looked at it and decided not to go with it. >> alison kosik, thanks. i appreciate it. "early start" continues right now. secretary of state john kerry meeting with iranian foreign minister right now. necessitygotiations over iran's nuclear program and now some republican senators regret writing the letter to iran. and three teens arrested for trying to join isis. they are out on bail. we are live in istanbul. cold case. robert durst under arrest. could a tv series finale uncovered information about his
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past after all of these years? good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. christine romans on jury duty an today. it is monday march 16th. new this morning, a critical round of negotiations with the u.s. and iran has begun. secretary of state john kerry sat down with the foreign minister at 3:00 a.m. eastern to discuss the nuclear program. surely being discussed, the letter signed last week by 47 republican senators and spearheaded by senator tom cotton. secretary kerry says the letter was quote absolutely calculated to interfere with his negotiations. he told cbs he was not about to apologize for it. >> i will not apologize for the unconstitutional unthought out action by somebody in senate for 67 days. that is inn an appropriate. >> we have nic robertson following the developments for us.
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nic. >> reporter: secretary kerry before the meeting today over the weekend said he believes that the situation with the talk was iranians is like this that there are some technical issues to discuss with iranian foreign minister but it is a matter of political judgments. two weeks now is the deadline to get that framework agreement and final agreement by the end of june this year. however, when you listen to what the iranian foreign minister said, he feels this is still a lot of technical issues to get through here. both men were due to meet sunday evening. they did not. the deputies met earlier in the day. off to brucessels today to brief the germans and french. you get a sense they did not meet yesterday and a session this morning. it doesn't seem they are close to that framework agreement.
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>> nic robertson, thanks. breaking overnight, three teenage boys out on bail in london after caught trying to join isis. two 17-year-olds and one 19-year-old stopped by turkish officials tipped off by british authorities. they were taken back to the united kingdom and arrested saturday night. i want to bring in arwa damon live in istanbul. arwa turkey has been criticized for not stopping people trying to join isis. >> reporter: it has. turkey has said you can't just blame us. europe needs to do its part as well. is pointing to how the events over the last few days unfolded as an example of how things work. when the british intelligence provided us with information, we acted on it immediately. we were able to capture the three teenagers at the secondary
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airport trying to cross into the country. we detained and deported them. turkey says europe is not sharing enough information. turkey has compiled what is called a pool list. these are various different names from different countries and nationalities that have been brought to the attention of turkish authorities. anyone on the list is barred from entry into the country. the names on the list have increased which turkey has says is in part due to greater intelligence cooperation. at the end of the day, there needs to be more that is done. when it comes to the case of the three teenage girls, john if you remember that were able to make it into syria, turkey says if they were alerted about this earlier, perhaps they could have prevented the girls from reaching syria. they could have done something beforehand and able to return them back to the families. turkey was able to detain one
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syrian man involved in helping them but not able to stop the girls from crossing. >> arwa damon, thank you. new developments in the shooting of two police officers last week in the protests in ferguson. 20-year-old jeffery williams is arrested and held on bond charged with two counts of first degree assault. he was caught with help from the community. he claims he was trying to shoot at a demonstrate or. cnn's stephanie elam has the latest. >> reporter: john officials say 20-year-old jeffery williams is the man behind the shooting that left two police officers injured outside of the ferguson police department early thursday morning. they have say williams says he was in a dispute with somebody else out there demonstrating, but accidentally shot the two police officers. here is what else they had to say. >> the charge is assault in first degree for striking those two officers.
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a weapon recovered which has been tied to the shell casings that were recovered there. weapon recovered from him. he has acknowledged his participation in firing the shots. >> reporter: now while the prosecutor says that willwilliams was a known protester, one i have spoken with that have been continuing with 200 days in protests in front of the police department he says he wasn't a known protester, but he knows williams because of the community. he says he went to go speak with williams since he has been arrested. he said williams told him that he was shooting at somebody who he said stole from him. one of the demonstrateorsdemonstrators. this is the rest of the conversation. >> i told him, why didn't he come to persons like myself and others to share what was going on because that was enough law
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enforcement and leaders that would be able to diffuse whatever was going on. i thought it just did not look good for the community. >> reporter: back to the investigation. law enforcement officials say they do believe that they have the shooter in custody who is behind this, but they are not ruling out accomplices. the investigation continues, john. >> stephanie in ferguson. thanks. so president obama making the insiders chuckle at the gridiron dinner. gathering of the elite not open to cameras. the president was heard predicting he could get more laughs not because he is funnier, but because weed is legal in d.c. his words. he marvelled at how advanced hillary clinton has become joking he did not know you could get your own server in your home. he visited a wounded warrior in arizona. friends and volunteers finished
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building him a new home. the president dropped off house warming gifts and white house beer. the two have become friends over the years. three american aid workers exposed to ebola in sierra leone due back in u.s. today. over the weekend, eight others flown home and monitored. the cdc says all 11 workers had contact with an ailing colleague diagnosed with ebola. the patient is in serious condition in the national institute of health. the attorney for robert durst says he will not fight extradition, but murder charges. he is accused of killing a close friend in 2000. a cold case may be tied to the disappearance of his wife. cnn's shasta darlington has details. >> reporter: robert durst is behind bars in new orleans. according to his lawyers in relation to the brutal murder of
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his close friend susan berman shot execution-style at her home in 2000. a source told cnn that he is being held on a capital murder charge in relation to the berman case. no one has been charged in the case. recently the district attorney in los angeles reopened the investigation. of course, the hbo documentary, the jinx has new details. a new yorker from a millionaire family. tied to three different investigations in three different states. including the disappearance of his wife and the killing and dismemberment of an elderly neighbor. listen to the director about the jinx. >> bob durst has been accused of many crimes over many years. that's what makes him the most unusual of all suspects. this is not a one-time event that people are associating with. they are saying this is a guy for whom murder is an option.
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i found him very engaging. i would say charming. he's very funny. yet, you cannot be unaffected by the feeling of shaking bob's hand and recognizing while that's happening that this is a hand that he used to dismember a person. >> reporter: new evidence emerges in the documentary like the letter. they compare it to anonymous letter presumably sent by berman's murderer. the handwriting is almost identical. even the misspellings. compelling evidence we will hear more about. another tip from the law enforcement source said the reason the fbi moved in when it did is because they believe durst was about to flee the country. they tracked him to a new orleans hotel checked in under a false name. three more teenagers arraigned in brooklyn for the
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beating of the 15-year-old girl in mcdonald's last week. five of the six girls are now in custody that were caught on camera. several have gang affiliations. one was caught in atlanta trying to board a plane with her mother to jamaica. stunning video out of cincinnati. homes and businesses flooded. roads swamped. trees submerged in water. that's the ohio river spilling over its banks because of melting snow and heavy rain. the communities in low-lying areas being hit hardest. it is expected to stay above flood stage until wednesday. no deaths or injuries to report. what is next? let's go to meteorologist pedram javaheri for an early look at the forecast. >> good monday morning. the flooding concern along the mississippi and ohio river
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areas. you will see major flooding. 63%. that is how much snow we had on the ground since march 1st. that has dwindled down to 10%. 82 in kansas city. in the upper 70s in st. louis. 81 in charleston. 70 degrees in the nation's capital today. it all goes downhill quickly. temperatures drop like a rock in the coming days as we get another blast of winter here. this is par for the course when it comes to this time of year as winter tries to reestablish itself. from spring to winter. it is the 50s from 80s in kansas city. minneapolis from the 60s to 40s. around new york city enjoy the next couple days. 54 to the upper 30s. that's the weather. let's get a look at your money with alison kosik. >> let's start with asian markets. asian and european markets are higher. u.s. stock futures are higher as
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well. after the u.s. stocks came off a rough week. all posting a third weekly loss. the dow and s&p are now sitting in the negative for the year. why is that? a strong dollar is one reason behind the slump. the dollar at a 12-year high versus the euro. it is great for u.s. travelers for europe. it is bad news for u.s. multinational companies because a stronger greenback hurts businesses that make a chunk of profits overseas. it makes it harder for american companies to compete abroad. european goods are cheaper than american exports. that is why you see the volatility. >> a sign of a stronger economy, but be careful. thanks alison. the small island chain of vanuatu ravaged by a cyclone. the aid begins to arrive. we are live from the devastated islands coming up. major: ok fitness class! here's our new trainer ensure active heart health. crowd: yayyyy!
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the death toll is now beginning to rise in cyclone ravaged vanuatu. 11 people confirmed dead in one of the worst disasters ever to hit the region. the cyclone pam flattened or damaged every structure on the island chain. the final number of deaths will almost certainly be higher. this was a category five storm. it packed 185-mile-an-hour winds when it hit the poverty stricken nation. our correspondent ivan watson has arrived on the island chain. we are trying to establish communications with him. as you can imagine, it is very difficult to reach him. ivan can you hear me? >> reporter: hi john. i hear you. >> give us a sense of the situation there. >> reporter: this is one of the poorest countries in the pacific
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that has been just pummeled by the worst storm people here tell me in generations. what you have across the capital city is trees snapped in half buildings, a large number of residences damaged, if not destroyed. the government here has just projected they are expecting at least 70% of the population of this island country to have been displaced by this storm. they just raised the death toll. it has taken them more than three days to find that five more people have been killed on another one of the islands. they are still having a tremendously difficult time trying to reach the more than 80 islands that make up the country. just trying to learn the scale of the damage and potential scale of the loss of life is an enormous logistical challenge. >> an island chain of dozens of
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islands spanning the size of connecticut. there are still islands out there yet to be contacted at all? >> reporter: they are relying on planes flying over some of the islands to try to assess the scale of the damage from the sky. we are hearing it may take until wednesday to reestablish telecommunications with some of the islands. if somebody is hurt on them i'm told there is only one real functioning hospital in the whole country. that is here in port vila the capital, where i'm located right now. there has been progress here. spots of electricity. a lot of roads have been cleared. the airport is working here. the air force cargo planes from new zealand and australia flying in. the first commercial flights come in. if somebody is hurt on the far flung islands, they need either a boat or a plane to bring them in here and not all of these islands have been reached yet.
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an enormous challenge and really dramatic to see a place that was a tropical paradise reeling from the worst storm in decades. we are talking to people who are used to tropical cyclones. >> ivan watson for us. reached vanuatu. ivan we are lucky to have you there. trying to fend off humanitarian disaster. selection sunday has come and gone. march madness in full swing. andy scholes has the latest coming up next in the bleacher report. complete the job with lis ®. kill up to 99 percent of germs. and prevent plaque, early gum disease and bad breath. sfx: ahhh listerine®. power to your mouth™!
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let the madness begin. the field of 68 teams for now in the ncaa tournament is now set. fill out the brackets. andy scholes with the bleacher report. good morning, andy. >> the next few days is all about the bracket. according to the american gaming association, an estimated 70 million americans will fill out brackets in the next few days. the average person spends more than an hour. i take two or three. the popular picks are the number one overall seed. the undefeated kentucky wildcats. kentucky cruised to a victory over the arkansas razorbacks. a little controversy. the squad did not cut down the nets as they usually do after a
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championship. john calipari said they forgot. they are now 34-0 with the chance of becoming the first team to have an undefeated season in 39 years. ashley judd received a good luck smooth from dick vitale. this picture went viral immediately. kentucky headlines the bracket as the top overall seed in the tournament. the other number one teams are villanova, duke and wisconsin. georgia state is heading to the big dance for the first time since 2001 which is cause for celebration. it was a little too rowdy for head coach ron hunter. he ended up tearing his achilles tendon and had to be carried off the court. he will be back on the sideline on thursday when the panthers take obeyn baylor. part of the fun is trying to win
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looking forward to march madness. >> if you want to feel good enter the cnn team. you will beat me. andy scholes thanks. key negotiations happening right now with the u.s. and iran. a nuclear deal as the deadline approaches. we will have the latest next.
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right now, secretary of state john kerry meeting with the iranian foreign minister over iran's nuclear program after republicans say they now
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regret signing the letter to iran. in custody, arrest in ferguson in the shooting of two police officers. new details this morning on how this all went down. cold case. robert durst under arrest. could a tv series uncovered the truth behind his past after all these years. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. critical negotiations with the u.s. and iran has begun. secretary of state john kerry sat down with the foreign minister to discuss the nuclear program. one of the things discussed is the letter to iranian leaders signed by 47 republican senators spearheaded by tom cotton. secretary kerry said it was quote calculated to interfere. he told cbs news he is not about to apologize.
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>> i will not apologize for an unconstitutional and unthought out action by somebody in the united states senate for 67 days. that is inappropriate. >> let's get a status update from the talks from nic robertson following things for us. nic, what is the latest? >> reporter: john the meeting going on two and a half hours. relative terms, that is a long meeting with secretary kerry and the foreign minister. the meetings can go long but it gives you an idea they have a lot to talk about. they were supposed to meet yesterday, but decided that deputies met earlier in the day on sunday and it would be better for the heads on each side to get updates from their teams before getting down to talks which gives you the idea a lot to talk about, but it did not seem they are in a race for the deadline at the end of the month. two weeks away for that. when he arrives the iranian
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foreign minister said there is a lot of technical discussion and issues to be done here. secretary kerry framing it differently. saying he feels yes, there are some technical issues to discuss, but really it is all a case of political judgments at this stage. expected to go to brussels later today to brief the french, germans and british on the progress of the talks. it doesn't appear we are in a final phase and rush for the frame framework deadline by the end of march. something substantive under way. >> two and a half hours and counting. political judgment or matter of political will. nic robertson, thanks. breaking overnight, three teenagers out on bail in london after they were arrested trying to join isis. the two 17-year-olds and one 19-year-old were stopped by turkish officials.
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the trio arrived on a flight from barcelona. turkey deported them back to the u.k. where they were arrested saturday night. they have been charged on suspicious of terrorist acts. new developments in the shooting of two police officers in ferguson missouri. jeffery williams is now held on bond charged with two counts of first degree assault. officials caught him with help from the community and williams says he wasn't trying to hit the two officers. he claims he was aiming at a demonstrator. police are not ruling out others involved. the investigation continues. to washington a new political hurdle in the confirmation of loretta lynch. the senate vote was set for this week but not happening now until democrats and republicans resolve a dispute over human trafficking bill. let's get the latest from erin mcpike. >> reporter: john democrats are upset about some language in
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legislation that would stop hume and human trafficking. senate leader mcconnell doesn't want to delay it anymore. sing his reasoning this weekend. >> this is boilerplate that has been in the law for 40 years they voted for three months ago in another bill. we are not going to be able to finish the trafficking bill until this gets resolved and this will have an impact on the timing of considering the new attorney general. i hoped to turn to her next week. if we cannot finish the trafficking bill she will be put off again. they need to come to grips with this. >> reporter: he says that would further delay the vote on confirming the attorney general nominee loretta lynch. mcconnell refused if he would
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vote for or against lynn. when the vote comes to the floor. president obama making insiders chuckle at the gridiron dinner. the gathering of media elite and political powerful not open to camera cameras. the president overheard he would get more laughs but because weed is now legal in d.c. he also marvelled at how advanced hillary clinton has become joking he did not know you could get your own server in your own home. on friday the president visited a wounded warrior in arizona. friends and volunteers finished building him a new home. the president dropped off house warming gifts, including white house beer. president obama and the sergeant have become friends over the years. three american aid workers are due back in the u.s. today after being exposed to ebola in sierra leone. they are monitored for signs of the disease. all 11 workers have been in
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contact with a colleague who has come down with ebola. opening day at yankee stadium. not for the yankees, no for soccer. the new soccer team in town shut out revolution 2-0. 40,000 fans turned out. some yankee players expressed concern about permanent damage to the stadium field because soccer will be played on it. i think they will be just fine. let's talk about the weather. winter. will it last more or will we get more rain? let's go to meteorologist pedram javaheri for an early look. >> it seems like winter has at least one push left in it. with all that said we moved into the record books. celebration there. number one all time for the snowiest winter on record in boston. surpassing the 1995 and 1996 season. you get this much snow you are going into the record books. the winter air.
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some of the coldest air. by monday we see it across the northern tier. by wednesday, it pushing into the northern and eastern half of the country. here you go. 73 in chicago. drops down to the mid-40s. in new york the 50s are seasonal. you have not felt that very much. it cools off into the 30s over the next couple days. this time of year the temperatures see-saw rapidly. they moderate rapidly. we should not cool off that long when it looks like the long term trend is seasonal. thank you. stunning scene in cincinnati. roads swamped. the ohio river spilled over its banks. the rising water is effecting kentucky. the river reaching the highest level since 1997. it could stay above flood stage into wednesday.
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no deaths or injuries. that's the weather. let's look at your money with alison kosik. >> let's look at the globe and asian and europe markets. higher. the u.s. stock futures are higher. the dow and s&p 500 are negative for the year. what's the deal? why the slump? a strong dollar and low crude oil prices are a couple reasons. the dollar is at a 12-year high versus the euro. that is great for u.s. travelers heading to europe. it is bad for multinational companies. it hurts businesses that make profits overseas. crude oil hovering at $44 a barrel. the extra supply in crude has forced companies to cut back production and layoff workers. investors are looking for a bottom for oil prices. we saw stability recently but not seeing that bottom. we saw oil futures this morning
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california, but will fight murder charges. durst is the subject of a documentary is accused of killing a friend in 2000. it might be tied to the disappearance of durst's wife. cnn's shasta darlington has more. >> reporter: durst is behind bars in new orleans according to his lawyers accused of the murder of his close friend susan berman. a law enforcement source says he is being held on a capital murder charge in relation to the berman case. no one has been charged in the case but the district attorney in los angeles reopened the investigation. an the hbo documentary "the jinx" revealed a string of details about durst. a new yorker from a millionaire family he has been tied to three different investigations in three different states. including the disappearance of
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his wife and the killing and dismemberment of an elderly neighbor. listen to what the director said about "the jinx." >> bob durst accused of many crimes over many years. that is what makes him in some ways the most unusual of all suspects. this is not a one-time event that people are associating with. they are saying this is a guy for whom murder is an option. i found him very engaging. i would say charming. he is very funny. yet, you cannot be unaffected by the feeling of shaking bob's hand and recognizing while that's happening that this is a hand he used to dismember a person. >> reporter: new evidence emerge emerges in the documentary like the letter. they compare it to the berman murderer. the handwriting is almost
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identical. even the misspellings. another tip from the law enforcement source said the reason the fbi moved in when it did is because they believed durst was about to flee the couple country. they tracked him to a new orleans hotel checked in under a false name. >> thanks shasta. let's look at what is coming up on "new day." >> john great to see you. at this hour secretary of state john kerry meeting with top officials from iran as the clock ticks to the deadline for a nuclear deal. kerry also suggesting the u.s. needs to deal directly with syria. what is that shift in policy about? we will explore. how about the case of robert durst? suspected in murders going back decades. the documentary has the revealing infernterview with durst? is this the break prosecutors
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let's get an early start on your money. i'm alison kosik. stocks are higher around the world. u.s. stock futures are falling after a rough week. all three averages posted a third weekly loss in a row. the dow and s&p are in negative territory for the year. do you drive a tesla? you can go farther on the single charge. elon musk hinted on twitter a new software update will end what is known as range anxiety. the standard model gets 208 miles per charge. musk did not say how much the battery life will increase. tesla cars can get upgrades without going to a mechanic. just like smartphones. good news if you are a binge watcher. you may be able to stream "seinfeld" soon. sony is in talks to sell the rights to the sitcom from the 1990s. according to "the wall street
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journal." hulu and amazon are in talks to buy the rights to stream the show. the deal could fetch a lot of money. sony could fetch $500 million per episode. netflix considered adding the show to the lineup last year but chose to pass. a lot of news. secretary kerry continuing negotiations with iran. "new day" starts now. negotiations between the u.s. and iran has >> negotiations have begun. >> are you going to apologize for this letter? >> not on your life. >> three british teenagers facing terrorism charges are out on bail. >> the teenagers were stopped in turkey. >> it is believed they were planning to join the group isis. >> could a tv series finale have uncovered the truth?
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>> you do this documentary about a murder and you come up with this amazing evidence. >> what is the reality when an island nation like this one? >> the whole south is gone. >> they've washed their main source of food. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo. alisyn cam rat that and mikaela ferrara. >> good morning. it is 6:00 in the east. chris is off this morning. we are happy to be joined by john berman all week. first at this hour secretary of state john kerry meeting with iran's foreign minister in switzerland. the deadline to get a nuclear deal done two weeks away. the white house increasing pressure on congress to stay out of the negotiations. this as the author of a controversial letter esent by republicans to iran says it posed no threats. we begin with our correspondent
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nic robertson live in london. good morning. >> reporter: the foreign minsters have been meeting for three hours this morning. zariff when he arrived in switzerland said he believed they were technical issues. secretary kerry said look there are technical issues to get through here. he now believes this is a matter of political judgment. they were supposed to meet sunday. >> that didn't happen. zariff off to belgium to meet with the european leaders to brief them on a deadline. it doesn't appear we are close to crossing that final hurdle if you will. >> the british foreign minister saying there is a long way to go there. also secretary kerry also speaking out about a willingness to sit down with syrias a bashar al-assad. listen to what he had to say. >> everybody agrees there is no military solution. there is

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