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Mideast Violence Continues Despite Release of Peace Plan

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Mideast Violence Continues Despite Release of Peace Plan

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Mideast Violence Continues Despite Release of Peace Plan

Mideast Violence Continues Despite Release of Peace Plan

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Secretary of State Colin Powell is expected to visit Jerusalem and Ramallah in late May, raising hopes that the process detailed by the recently released "roadmap" for Mideast peace can be set in motion. But violence continues in Israel, despite renewed calls for peace between Israeli and Palestinian leadership. Hear NPR's Peter Kenyon

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