Iran says deal with UN represents progress

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) - Iran says it's a sign of progress toward a broader agreement with the U.S. and other world powers on its nuclear program.

Iran and the U.N.'s nuclear chief reached a deal Monday to allow expanded monitoring of the country's nuclear sites.

But the initial "roadmap" for deeper inspections doesn't mention some of the sites that are most important to U.N. teams, notably a military facility outside Tehran.

Meanwhile, Secretary of State John Kerry says that the major powers were unified on an Iran nuclear deal during weekend talks in Geneva but the Iranians were unable to accept it.

Earlier reports said France refused to accept the deal.

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