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November 12, 2013 AT 10:25 AM
The White House said on Monday that world powers are united in their effort to negotiate a nuclear deal with Iran in spite of signs of a split. White House spokesman Jay Carney said the United States and its key allies were united in Geneva at a round of talks that ended on Saturday and that "we remain united." French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said afterward that France would not accept a "fool's game," an indication that Paris opposed the deal that was being negotiated. "We need to pursue this. We need to see if Iran is serious," he said.