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France says will study Trump's Mideast peace plan closely

Reuters Wednesday, 29 January 2020 ()
France said it welcomed U.S. President Donald Trump's latest efforts to strike a peace deal between Israel and Palestine, and added that Paris would have to study the proposals closely.
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