President Obama opened a new round of Middle East peace talks at the White House on Wednesday. He's holding bilateral meetings with the leaders of Israel, Jordan, Egypt and the Palestinian Authority. The president's goal is to start a process that will ultimately resolve the big issues -- settlements, borders, Jerusalem, refugees -- so that a two-state solution can be implemented. For more, Robert Siegel talks to NPR's Mara Liasson.
Obama Opens New Round Of Mideast Peace Talks
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