War & Conflict Breaking News: Israel's Netanyahu Says Peace Talks Will Be Tough

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War & Conflict Breaking News: Israel's Netanyahu Says Peace Talks Will Be Tough

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Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he expects recently announced peace talks with the Palestinians to be tough, and that any agreement reached would have to be ratified in a national Israeli referendum. A coordinated wave of car bombings tore through commercial streets in Baghdad, killing more than 30 and wounding dozens as insurgents kept up a relentless offensive during the holy month of Ramadan. Thousands of protesters calling for the return to power of Egypt's ousted Islamist president demonstrated in Cairo as the military warned it will crack down on any violence, underlining the point with a show of force by fighter jets flying over the capital.

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