Netanyahu, Abbas Agree: Avoid a Third Palestinian IntifadaBy
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With peace efforts mothballed and no love lost between them, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu agree at least on one thing: Neither wants the current wave of violence to turn into a third Palestinian uprising.
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