Source: No breakthrough in effort to save peace talks, but sides agree to meet again

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April 10, 2014 19:32

 
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A meeting between Israeli and Palestinian negotiators came to an end on Thursday with no apparent agreement to extend faltering peace talks.

According to a source knowledgeable with the discussions, there has been no breakthrough in the negotiations. The source said that the sides were still stuck and not out of the crisis, but are continuing to talk to see if it is possible to break the impasse.

The sides agreed to hold an additional round of talks, though no date for the meeting was given.

The source said he did not know of a decision to extend talks beyond the April 29 deadline.


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