Colin Powell

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Host Bob Edwards speaks with Secretary of State Colin Powell about President Bush's plan for the Middle East. The plan calls for the creation of a Palestinian state with the condition that Yasser Arafat be excluded from the new government. Powell talks about the possibility of a wider U.S. role in the peace process and the reaction of Arab nations to the administration's plan. (8:50)
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