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Sharon Endorses U.S. Peace 'Road Map'

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Sharon Endorses U.S. Peace 'Road Map'

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Sharon Endorses U.S. Peace 'Road Map'

Sharon Endorses U.S. Peace 'Road Map'

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Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon says for the first time that Israel is prepared to accept the U.S.-led peace initiative known as the "road map," and will present it to his Cabinet for approval. President Bush plans to meet soon with Sharon and with Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas, who has accepted the peace plan. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.

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