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ON THE LINE: Mideast Peace: Final Push?i
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March 07, 2014 3:00 AM
President Obama met with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu at the White House this week in an effort to revive the Mideast peace process. But the two leaders failed to iron out their differences at a time when an April deadline for a framework agreement between Israel and the Palestinians is looming.

ON THE LINE: Mideast Peace: Final Push?

Published March 06, 2014

President Obama met with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu at the White House this week in an effort to revive the Mideast peace process. But the two leaders failed to iron out their differences at a time when an April deadline for a framework agreement between Israel and the Palestinians is looming.

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