U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told Senate hearing on Tuesday that Iran has the ability to produce fissile material for a nuclear bomb in two months, if it so decided. “I think it’s public knowledge today that we’re operating with a time period for a so-called ‘break-out’ of about two months. That’s been in the public domain,” Kerry said in comments carried by Reuters. Iran’s “break-out” time is defined as how long it would take it to produce fissile material for one nuclear weapon, if it decided to build such weapons of mass destruction. Kerry’s comments in Washington highlighted Western concerns about Iran’s nuclear intentions and the wide divisions between the two sides that could still foil a deal between Iran and world powers over Tehran’s disputed nuclear program. More