Kerry to visit Middle East for peace talks

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is heading back to Middle East for talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders that peace talks hit a point of critical make-or-break.

The State Department said Kerry will travel to Israel and the Palestinian territories on Monday, amid a flurry of diplomatic activity by mediators Americans who have been holding urgent talks with the two sides, hoping to rescue the negotiations with the problems and their determine to extend negotiations beyond the current term late April. The parties can not agree on the terms of a prisoner release promised Israeli negotiations collapse risk in the coming weeks.

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