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Topic - Yasser Abed-Rabbo
The United States will take a lead role in restarting Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, said one senior Palestinian official on Monday.
Despite these conflicting views, the U.S. will join with other Arab countries to bring to fruition a peace deal, Mr. Abed-Rabbo said.
He also said an Arab League delegation is scheduled to visit top officials in Washington to further these efforts, AP reports.