Hillary Clinton, who officially resigned Friday as the 67th US secretary of state, bid farewell to American foreign service workers who applauded her as she left the State Department.
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Washington has great expectations from the next Israeli government, as it perceives Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid as a party that expresses the will of the Israeli public to resume peace negotiations with the Palestinians.
Kerry and Clinton (Photo: AFP)
In the Senate hearing to confirm his nomination, Kerry expressed his conviction in regards to reigniting the peace process and referred to the resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as key for resolving other conflicts in the region.
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