January 3, 2012

Jordan Makes Its Mideast Move

Samuel Segev, Winnipeg Free Press

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Amid much skepticism and with little expectations for a breakthrough, Israeli and Palestinian negotiators will meet today in Amman, Jordan, in an effort to resume negotiations.

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TAGGED: Israel, Palestine, Jordan, King Abdullah, King Abdullah II

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