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Palestinian Olive Harvest Turns Bitter As Economy Sputters

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Romney Adviser Defends Candidate's Statements About Palestinian Culture

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An Israeli Defense Forces photo of Sgt. Gilad Shalit an unknown location today in Israel, following his release.

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Peter Kenyon in Ramallah

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