April 4, 2014

Israel and Palestinians Look for a Way Out

Karl Vick, Time

The Associated Press

Despite U.S. despair, both Israeli and Palestinian negotiators say they want to continue talks. The problem is resolving the immediate diplomatic impasse, which many fear is the death knell of the U.S.-authored peace process.

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TAGGED: Israel, Palestinians, Peace Process, Middle East

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