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Suicide Bomber Strikes Israeli Shopping Mall

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Suicide Bomber Strikes Israeli Shopping Mall

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Suicide Bomber Strikes Israeli Shopping Mall

Suicide Bomber Strikes Israeli Shopping Mall

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In the fifth suicide bombing in two days, a Palestinian blows herself up at a shopping mall in the northern Israeli city of Afula, killing at least four bystanders. Israel seals off the West Bank and Gaza, and Prime Minister Ariel Sharon postpones a trip to Washington to discuss U.S. proposals for Mideast peace. Hear NPR's Peter Kenyon.

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