Abdallah Haj Mohamad, the head of Jalud village's council, stands in front of the Jewish settlement of Shvut Rachel on March 16, 2017. / AFP / JAAFAR ASHTIYEH
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The Trump administration reiterated its concerns about Israeli settlement activity, the two sides said Thursday, as a round of talks ended without agreement over limiting future construction on land the Palestinians want for a state.The four days of high-level meetings in Washington marked the latest step by President Donald Trump's aides aimed at opening the way to renewed peace diplomacy between Israel and the Palestinians, despite deep skepticism in the United States and Middle East over the chances for success.Peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians have been frozen since 2014 and settlements are one of the most heated issues.Trump has not publicly detailed what kind of agreement he wants with Israel on settlements.
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