Palestinians, Israelis React To Collapse Of Negotiations In Israel and the Palestinian territories, the Obama administration's failure to persuade Israel to agree to a moratorium on settlement building in the occupied West Bank met mixed reaction.
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Palestinians, Israelis React To Collapse Of Negotiations

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Palestinians, Israelis React To Collapse Of Negotiations

Palestinians, Israelis React To Collapse Of Negotiations

Palestinians, Israelis React To Collapse Of Negotiations

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In Israel and the Palestinian territories, the Obama administration's failure to persuade Israel to agree to a moratorium on settlement building in the occupied West Bank met mixed reaction.

STEVE INSKEEP, Host:

So that's the view from Washington. Now let's get some reaction from the Middle East and NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro.

LOURDES GARCIA: Lourdes Garcia-Navarro, NPR News, Jerusalem.

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