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Explainer: Money talks in Trump's Mideast plan - but can it pave way for peace?

Reuters Tuesday, 25 June 2019
More than two years after U.S. President Donald Trump first proposed a plan to revive the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, its first phase was launched on Tuesday at an economic workshop in Bahrain.
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