Peace Negotiations In The Middle East

NPR's Linda Gradstein reports on the latest development in the Middle East peace negotiations. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak reversed policy and canceled plans to give up the West Bank village of Anata to Palestinian control. The move came hours after Israeli hard-liners learned of his plans to transfer control of the village.



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