24th Arab League summit in Doha ||
Palestinians: We reserve right to turn to The Hague if peace talks with Israel fail
President Abbas briefs delegates on meeting with President Obama in Ramallah; Palestinian official warns of appeal to International Criminal Court if attempts to renew negotiations in the coming months fail.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called in a speech Tuesday for the Arab League to appeal to the UN and to the international community in an attempt to "stop Israel's settlement policy in the West Bank, with an emphasis on East Jerusalem."
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