Israeli-Palestinian Summit Ends on Upbeat Note

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon announces a series of goodwill gestures toward the Palestinians at the conclusion of meetings with Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas. Israel offers to ease conditions for Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip if the Palestinians crack down on militant groups. Earlier this week, Sharon indicated that the "occupation" of Palestinian territories must end. NPR's Linda Gradstein reports.

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