U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry reacts as he presses a button to raise his lectern before his remarks at a groundbreaking ceremony for the U.S. Diplomacy Center at the State Department in Washington September 3, 2014. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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For the first time since the latest devastating Israeli assault on Gaza that left over 2,100 Palestinians dead, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met Wednesday with Palestinian negotiators.The meeting followed a phone call between Kerry and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in which the former expressed his concerns over Israeli plans to take some 988 acres of land from the West Bank for settlement building – the largest land grab since the 1980s. Although Kerry has shown genuine concern for the peace process, he is perhaps verging on delusional if he thinks his talks with Saeb Erekat and co. were constructive.
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