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Last-ditch efforts between Israeli and Palestinian negotiators to save the floundering peace talks ended with no breakthrough on Sunday night, Palestinian sources told AFP. “The crisis continues. During the whole meeting, the Israelis threatened the Palestinians
Last-ditch talks between Israeli and Palestinian Authority (PA) negotiators on salvaging the peace process ended without a breakthrough Sunday, PA sources told AFP. As usual, the sources blamed Israel for the impasse,
Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Ron Prosor, said on Sunday that the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) bid to join 15 international conventions
Israel will take unilateral steps of its own if Palestinians continue to shore up their statehood
Israel’s chief negotiator called on Saturday for direct talks with the Palestinians, as attempts continue to prevent the collapse of peace negotiations. The developments come as US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday
European foreign ministers expressed their support on Saturday for US Secretary of State John Kerry’s efforts to continue the diplomatic process between Israel and the Palestinians as talks faced a deadlock.