Ddle East Peace Process

— NPR's Ted Clark reports that the latest White House attempt to restart the Middle East peace process has produced no results. After four days of intensive U.S. diplomacy, the only concession toward peace was an agreement to a future meeting - this time between Netanyahu, Arafat and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. Those involved say the two sides remain far apart. Albright however is optimistic that they are seriously studying the ideas put forth by the US.



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