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Abbas insists Mideast peace deal must be 'permanent'

AFP , Thursday 26 Sep 2013
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Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas on Thursday demanded that any peace deal with Israel be permanent, calling new US-brokered talks a "last chance."

Speaking before the UN General Assembly, Abbas urged international pressure to stop Israeli settlement building on Palestinian land.

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