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No breakthrough after Israel-Egypt talks

A summit between the leaders of Israel and Egypt on Thursday fell short of its goal of igniting a new round of Mideast peace efforts, highlighting the significant disagreements between Israel and its Arab neighbors. Speaking at a news conference after the meeting, Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak pushed Israel to hold talks with Syria and pursue peace with the Palestinians, despite the rise of the Islamic militant group Hamas. He also condemned an Israeli raid in the West Bank on Thursday that killed four Palestinian civilians and wounded 20 others. Full Story

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