Palestinians help an injured colleague to leave a building hit by an Israeli air strike on Gaza City July 18, 2014. (AFP Photo/Thomas Coex)
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Two South African winners of the Nobel Peace Prize urged Israel and the Palestinians Friday to negotiate peace, with former archbishop Desmond Tutu comparing the regional crisis to apartheid.Tutu was speaking alongside fellow laureate and former president FW de Klerk at a news conference on this year's annual summit of peace prize winners to be held in Cape Town in October.The upcoming summit will commemorate the life of former South African president Nelson Mandela, who shared the 1993 prize with De Klerk for the peaceful transition from apartheid to democracy, organizers said.Mandela died on December 5 last year but his birthday is commemorated internationally as Mandela Day.
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