Mideast Peace Agreement Reached

NPR's Ted Clark talks with host Robert Siegel about the marathon nine day negotiation that ended today with a new interim peace agreement that would exchange land for the Palestinians with new security arrangements for the Israelis. The negotiation was held up at the last minute Friday by Israeli efforts to get the release of jailed Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard thrown into the agreement.



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