Bush and Sharon Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is meeting with President Bush today to discuss plans for dealing with the conflict in the Middle East. Mr. Bush says he will soon make a statement on U.S. policy there. NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports that the meeting comes as Arab nations offer proposals for reviving the peace process - proposals that include calls for a Palestinian state. Sharon is expected to counter them. (4:04)
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Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is meeting with President Bush today to discuss plans for dealing with the conflict in the Middle East. Mr. Bush says he will soon make a statement on U.S. policy there. NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports that the meeting comes as Arab nations offer proposals for reviving the peace process - proposals that include calls for a Palestinian state. Sharon is expected to counter them. (4:04)
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