Fatah faction head: Peace talks have reached a dead end

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October 28, 2007 12:28

 
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Head of the Fatah faction in the Palestinian parliament, Azam el-Ahmad, said Sunday that talks between Israel and the Palestinians had reached a dead end. "There has not been an agreement on any issue," said Ahmad, defining the outcome of the talks as a "big round zero." He went on to say that if the situation does not improve, the Annapolis conference will not take place, Israel Radio reported.

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