With Mideast talks stuck, Obama adviser leaving (AP) – 1368th Edition

11 11 2011

A Palestinian man puts up a fallen headstone on Palestinian graves that have Hebrew graffiti which read 'price tag' in Jerusalem, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Israeli police say they are investigating anti-Arab graffiti found on Muslim tombs in central Jerusalem. Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld says vandals scrawled 'price tag,' the signature of radical right-wing Jewish activists. He says police found the graffiti Thursday, but it was several weeks old. (AP Photo/Sliman Khader)AP – The Obama administration on Thursday lost a second key Mideast adviser in six months at a time when Israel and the Palestinians are making little to no progress in the peace process and the U.S. is struggling to deal with the fallout from a Palestinian drive for statehood recognition at the United Nations.

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