Sec. of State Kerry Says 'Still Work to Be Done' for Gaza Ceasefire

ABC News' Ali Weinberg reports from Jerusalem, where the U.S. Secretary of State met with U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon.
0:54 | 07/23/14

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AB c.'s. We're at the Presidential Palace where secretary of state John Kerry is meeting with Palestinian authority President Mahmoud Abbas. As they try to find -- solution -- the fighting between Israel and Hamas in neighboring Gaza. Secretary -- over the past eight with the Yankees would only be described as hot -- diplomacy. He's been jumping from country to country talking with each leader has taken his right trying to find the residency. Kerry starts his day in Cairo Egypt before coming to Israel where he met with UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon. After we finish up in Ramallah we're going to head back to Israel where -- is scheduled to meet with prime minister Netanyahu. From there potential is completely up in the air as it really depends on where the parties -- as they try to reach a cease fire.

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