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Kobi Gideon, PMO President's men refuse to disclose names of Arab leaders Peres will meet, citing sensitive nature; Abbas: Still a chance for peace, freeze settlements Roi Kais President Shimon Peres will leave Sunday morning for a special visit to
Camel grazes on a hill overlooking the Jewish settlement of Maale Adumim near Jerusalem December 1, 2012. West Bank: A group of 80 international aid agencies urged the European Union on Saturday to follow through on pledges it made last year to back
Leadership on all sides is needed to find an enduring solution to the crisis between Israelis and Palestinians, the British foreign secretary said Friday. British Foreign Secretary William Hague met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah.
Kerry: in Palestine talks Israel's Netanyahu and Abbas "very constructive" U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said his talks with the shuttle Israeli and Palestinian leaders on reviving direct negotiations
Muslim leaders' Auschwitz visit boosts Holocaust knowledge BBC News, Auschwitz The religious leaders learned about the people that died in the German Nazi camps in Poland Muslim leaders from around the world have taken part in an unprecedented trip
William Hague's comments come after Yuval Steinitz, a close confidant of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said perceptions of Israel were more negative in Britain than in other countries. "Traditionally we had good relations with Britain
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Israel from Jordan signaling he hopes to prepare the ground for a “surprise” revival of peace talks with Palestinians.
US Secretary of State John Kerry starts Tuesday his fourth tour to the Middle East since being appointed the top US diplomat at
Secretary of State John Kerry will be in Israel the Palestinian territories next week in his bid to revive the peace process. These meetings are to follow-up on ongoing discussions as we continue to assess how best we can support the parties in