Luke Baker

Reuters

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Luke Baker is Jerusalem bureau chief, and former Brussels bureau chief, for Reuters.

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President Trump is talking "peace" between Israelis and Palestinians — without any detailed plan to confront the all-important "core issues" between them.

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