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Clinton heads to West Bank to consult with Palestinian chief, then to Jordan to meet with king

The Chicago Tribune, 16 September 2010
Publié le : 16 septembre 2010
 Robert Burns 
"JERUSALEM (AP) After two days of inconclusive Mideast peace negotiations, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton was heading to the Palestinian Authority's headquarters in the West Bank for one-on-one talks with President Mahmoud Abbas. "Afterwards, Clinton was scheduled to travel Thursday to Amman for a working lunch with Jordan's King Abdullah, whose country already has a peace treaty with Israel and is a strong supporter of efforts to work out a deal between Israel and the Palestinians. "The Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations which started Tuesday in Egypt and concluded Wednesday in Jerusalem produced no apparent breakthrough. Both sides said they would continue striving toward their goal of a final settlement within one year." Read on...
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