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The article focuses on the initiatives of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to revitalize the peace process between Israelis and Palestinians in 2013. Topics discussed include the matter of Jewish settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's future peace deal with the Palestinians and sustained peace negotiations between the two countries.


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