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Festival Seeks Restart of Mideast Peace Process

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Festival Seeks Restart of Mideast Peace Process

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Festival Seeks Restart of Mideast Peace Process

Festival Seeks Restart of Mideast Peace Process

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More than 2,000 Israelis and Palestinians gathered at a park in northern Israel this week for a three-day festival of study, music and food. They say they hope to encourage political leaders on both sides to restart the peace process. NPR's Linda Gradstein reports.

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