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Bush Considers New Round of Mideast Peace Talks

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Bush Considers New Round of Mideast Peace Talks

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Bush Considers New Round of Mideast Peace Talks

Bush Considers New Round of Mideast Peace Talks

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The White House is expected to announce Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's qualified endorsement of a U.S.-backed peace plan as President Bush considers a meeting with Palestinian and Israeli leaders. Meanwhile, a bomb explodes at a Jewish settlement in the Gaza Strip. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.

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