Israeli and Palestinian negotiators were to meet again on Monday in a new effort to salvage the teetering US-brokered peace talks, US and Palestinian officials said.
The meeting came as US Secretary of State John Kerry scrambled to rescue negotiations he kick-started in July, and a week after a fresh impasse saw both sides renege on commitments they made nine months ago.
Kerry has warned there are "limits" to the time and energy the United States can devote to a process which appears to have made no progress amid bitter recriminations and moves Washington has described as "unhelpful".
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