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Foreign Sec. Hague says settlement expansion makes two-state solution impossible, warns Israel losing international support.
European FMs dismayed at planning for construction in E1, say it would "seriously undermine prospects of negotiated resolution."
Washington 'deeply disappointed' by Israeli response to Palestinian's acceptance to UNESCO; Ashton: We call on Israel to reverse decision.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND REUTERS
UK foreign minister calls move "a serious blow to the Quartet's efforts to restart talks"; German FM calls on sides to stop unilateral moves.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
In video blog, British Foreign Minister William Hague discusses the Arab Spring and its European implications; supports NATO troops.
Hague says no chance of passing UN no-fly zone resolution against Assad government like was done in Libya.
State Dept. official slams group for calling al-Qaida leader "holy warrior"; Hague says would have been "better" if Hamas welcomed killing.
During meeting with Abbas, Hague says Hamas "should not be allowed to stifle the democratic expression of Palestinian opinion."
By JONNY PAUL AND REUTERS
n a twinkling of an eye Iran has been transformed from a sponsor of terror around the world to America’s ally and the West’s new best friend.
By NEVILLE TELLER
Alongside the conflict in which Assad is fighting to retain control of the levers of power in Syria, another battle is being waged for ultimate mastery of the country.
UK and France want European forces to control Gaza sea access.
Both countries to appoint "non-resident charge d'affaires"; Hague: Future of British-Iranian relations depends on "tangible steps".
By REUTERS AND JPOST.COM STAFF
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