UNESCO Admits Palestine, May Lose U.S. Aid Money
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Egypt To Release Israeli-American In Prisoner Trade
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Peace Activist Spurred Prisoner Swap
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Amoz Oz was born in Jerusalem in 1939. He is the author of To Know a Woman, Don't Call It Night and A Tale of Love and Darkness.

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Israel's Oz On 'Village Life' And Unhappy Endings
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Israelis Mark Shalit's First Full Day Of Freedom
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Prisoner Exchange May Not Speed Mideast Talks
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Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas (left) hands a formal letter for Palestine to be admitted as a state to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon during the 66th General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York, Sept. 23. Palestinians now are pursuing full membership in other U.N. agencies.

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Palestinians Try Alternate U.N. Route, Worrying U.S.
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Released Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit (second from right), walks with Israeli Defense Minster Ehud Barak (left), Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (second from left) and Israeli Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz, at the Tel Nof Air base in southern Israel on Tuesday. Shalit was freed after more than five years of captivity in the Gaza Strip.

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Freed Israeli Soldier Receives Hero's Welcome
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Hamas Official Discusses Prisoner Swap
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Israeli Ambassador Discusses Prisoner Swap
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Freed Prisoners Arrive In Gaza Strip
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