Palestinians: Don't start talks 'from scratch'

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June 17, 2009 17:32

 
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The chief Palestinian negotiator said Wednesday that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu must resume peace talks from the point where they ended. Ahmed Qureia (Abu Ala) told reporters at his office just east of Jerusalem that talks cannot "start from scratch."

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