Hague urges Palestinians to rejoin negotiations

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November 13, 2010 21:38

 
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LONDON  — British Foreign Secretary William Hague on Saturday urged Palestinians to rejoin Middle East peace talks, before discussions in the US next week.

Hague told Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in a phone call that he was disappointed by Israeli plans to build new Jewish homes in East Jerusalem.

But he urged Abbas to return to the stalled talks as soon as possible. He said he would discuss the situation with US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton during a visit to Washington next week.

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