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May 5, 2000
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Israel’s hopes of reaching comprehensive peace in the Middle East this year appear unlikely, according to a London-based think-tank. The International Institute for Strategic Studies said the now-deadlocked Israeli-Syrian talks had become trapped in an “unrealistic timetable” and said there could be violence among Palestinians if their negotiations with Israel do not result in a final peace accord by September.

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