ADDIS ABABA - US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Thursday he would pause and reassess what might be possible after failing to meet his April 29 goal for an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal, saying both sides still wanted to try to negotiate.
"Both parties still indicate that they feel it's important to negotiate and want to find a way to negotiate," Kerry said, during a trip to Ethiopia.
"So we believe the best thing to do right now is pause, take a hard look at these things and find out what is possible and what is not possible in the days ahead."
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