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Kerry Postpones Trips to Algeria, Morocco

Secretary of State John Kerry has postponed trips to the North African nations of Algeria and Morocco.

State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the United States values its strong relationships with these countries and looks forward to visiting those countries in the future. No date was given for future travel.

Secretary Kerry is in Geneva for talks on Iran's nuclear program. He will continue from Geneva to other scheduled travel in the Middle East.

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