Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits the construction site of a new military border fence between Israel and Jordan, on Feb. 9, 2016. / AFP / POOL / MARC ISRAEL SELLEM
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the EU foreign policy chief held talks Friday, in effect ending a freeze on talks with the bloc on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the foreign ministry said.Netanyahu flies to Berlin on Tuesday at the head of a ministerial delegation for talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and members of her cabinet.U.S.-backed peace talks between the Palestinians and Israel collapsed in April 2014 after nine months of fruitless meetings amid bitter recriminations.Twenty-six Israelis, as well as an American, a Sudanese and an Eritrean were also killed, according to an AFP count.
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