On the second day of talks with Israelis and Palestinians, John Kerry sought to overcome deep reservations about a framework to guide negotiations towards a peace deal.
Kerry Seeks To Allay Fears On Mideast Deal
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January 3, 2014

Via AFP:

US Secretary of State John Kerry was Saturday to shuttle back and forth between Israeli and Palestinian leaders for a third day in an intense new phase of talks grasping for a peace deal.

After more than eight hours of talks on Thursday and Friday, Kerry was again to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as he seeks to tie down a framework to guide negotiations towards a peace deal.

But US officials, who had already warned they were not expecting a breakthrough, acknowledged late Friday it was unlikely that agreement on a framework accord would be reached this week, conce...

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