Netanyahu and Abbas speak for first time in 13 months

July 2015
Jewish Telegraphic Agency: 1922 to present;7/17/2015, p1
(JTA) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on the phone, marking the first time the two have spoken in over a year.


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