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Abbas tells Trump Palestinians eager to have dialogue with Israel

Abbas tells Trump Palestinians eager to have dialogue with Israel

I also firmly believe that if Israel and the Palestinians can make peace, it will begin a process of peace all throughout the Middle East. He said both sides are ready to resume talks. And we'll have more of them, but they're losers. "They date back thousands of years", Trump said. Rather than pressure and dictate, the way they argue former Secretary of State John Kerry did during past failed peace efforts, Trump's advisers said ambiguity leaves them room to maneuver.



Trump in Bethlehem highlight of dailies — Newspapers Review

Shortly after the speech was broadcast, Hamas reacted by accusing Trump of "complete bias" toward the policies of the Israeli occupation by designating the movement as a terrorist organization. "Mr. President, I extend my hand to you to be your partner in this noble mission". "I would like to reiterate our commitment to cooperate with you in order to make peace and forge an historic peace deal with the Israelis", he said, speaking through an interpreter.



Manchester Attacker Was Known to UK Special Services, Acted 'Likely' With Others

Speaking at Downing Street, the Prime Minister said: "The work undertaken throughout the day has revealed it is a possibility we can not ignore that there is a wider group of individuals linked to this attack". Twenty of the injured are said to be in "critical care" in hospitals across Manchester with people suffering from horrific injuries including major organ damage and potential loss of limbs.


Manchester bomber said to be known to authorities, likely did't act alone

Manchester bomber said to be known to authorities, likely did't act alone

Police also raided and searched a property elsewhere in Manchester where Abedi's brother Ismail is thought to have lived. Greater Manchester Police said they were now confident they knew the identity of all the people who lost their lives and had made contact with all the families.



Palestinians, Israel police clash at Jerusalem Old City gate

Speaking at the Israel Museum Trump said "We know that peace is possible if we put aside the pain and disagreements of the past and commit together to finally resolving this crisis which has dragged on for almost half a century". "I demand the Israeli government to meet these humane, legitimate demands", he said. Earlier, he traveled to Bethlehem for a private meeting with Abbas to discuss the peace process and his vision for anti-terrorism cooperation.


Donald Trump Arrives For Talks With Palestinian Leader Mahmud Abbas In Bethlehem

Donald Trump Arrives For Talks With Palestinian Leader Mahmud Abbas In Bethlehem

Abbas is scheduled to welcome Trump to the presidential palace in Bethlehem this morning, followed by a bilateral meeting. "During my travels in recent days, I have found new reasons for hope", Trump added. Palestinian officials say they are ready to resume negotiations with Israel that collapsed in 2014, but the road ahead remains challenging. Israeli minister of science, Ofir Akunis, applauded Trump's omission of two states, saying it was a "great accomplishment for all those opposed ...