Israelis and Palestinians trade blame for peace deadlock

Palestinian president Mahmud AbbasPalestinian president Mahmud Abbas said in an interview broadcast on Israeli TV on Saturday that Israel's continuing settlement building was worsening the chances for two states at peace with one another.


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