New Mediterranean Union Aims To Promote Peace Leaders from Europe, North Africa and the Middle East have pledged to work for a Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction. The Mediterranean regional summit's launch Sunday in Paris marked a few firsts, like bringing Syria's president to the table with Israel's prime minister.
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New Mediterranean Union Aims To Promote Peace

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New Mediterranean Union Aims To Promote Peace

New Mediterranean Union Aims To Promote Peace

New Mediterranean Union Aims To Promote Peace

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Leaders from Europe, North Africa and the Middle East have pledged to work for a Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction. Officials from 43 nations launched the first Mediterranean regional summit Sunday in Paris. The gathering has marked a few firsts, like bringing Syria's president to the table with Israel's prime minister.