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No Nuclear Deal With Iran; U.S., Israel Lose UNESCO Voting Rights

Plus Bloomberg’s almost a grandpa, and more in the news

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US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks to the press upon his arrival in Geneva on November 8, 2013, the second day of talks with Iran on their nuclear program. (JASON REED/AFP/Getty Images)

• No nuclear deal has been reach with Iran, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry reports. [Jerusalem Post]

• Meanwhile, the chief of nuclear watchdog group IAEA is heading to Tehran to meet with Iranian leaders next week. [Times of Israel]

• The United States and Israel have lost UNESCO voting rights after both countries stopped paying dues in protest of the U.N. cultural agency’s inclusion of Palestine as a member in 2011. [Haaretz]

• A French 21-year-old was sentenced to three months in prison for repeatedly calling the Ohr Hatora Jewish School Toulouse school just days after Mohammed Merah shot and killed three children and a rabbi, glorifying Merah’s actions. [JTA]

• Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s daughter, Georgina, is due with her first child next month, and says dad’s not the babysitting type. [NY Post]

• Vulture reviews the new Holocaust film, The Book Thief, based on the popular novel of the same name. [Vulture]

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No Nuclear Deal With Iran; U.S., Israel Lose UNESCO Voting Rights

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