US presses PA to return to talks after 'unhelpful' UN bid

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December 1, 2012 04:43

 
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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Friday pressed the Palestinian Authority to return to direct negotiations, saying the process represents "not just the best but the only path" to peace.

"We have to convince Palestinians that negotiations with Israel represent not just the best but the only path" to peace, Clinton said at the Saban Forum in Washington, DC. "Israel needs to help those committed to peace deliver to their people."

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