Kerry aims to revive Israeli-Palestinian peace talks

Wednesday, 06 November 2013 - 13:52

US Secretary of State John Kerry is to meet Israeli and Palestinian leaders to try to revive peace talks, which were launched 3 months ago.


The talks, due to end next April; have shown little sign of progress.


Kerry has denied media speculation that he may propose a new interim peace deal.


His visit follows earlier stopovers in Saudi Arabia and Egypt.

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