The only game in town

In light of the Egypt catastrophe, securing an Israeli-Palestinian agreement looks even more attractive than before.

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September 2, 2013 16:13
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Israeli, Palestinian delegations meet in Washington for iftar dinner, July 29, 2013.

Israelis, Palestinians meeting for resumption of talks 521. (photo credit: REUTERS/Yuri Gripas)

 
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