NEWS: Israel Seeking to Extend Peace Talks Beyond April Deadline
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon says Israel is looking for a framework to extend peace talks with the Palestinians beyond the April deadline.
Yaalon said Tuesday it is clear there are big gaps with the Palestinians that are not new; but, he said it is definitely in Israel's interest to continue the talks and stabilize relations.
The State Department says extending the nine-...
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