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Journalist and author Pierre Haski on a century of conflict in the Middle East

By France24
04 March 2024   |   3:59 pm
A respected French journalist, who was Jerusalem correspondent for French daily Libération in the 1990s, has told FRANCE 24 how he hopes a temporary peace deal between Israel and Hamas can be achieved, but that longer term both sides need to try to see the situation from the other's point of view.

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