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Mideast Peace

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Mideast Peace

Mideast Peace

Mideast Peace

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NPR's Mike Shuster reports Middle East experts are pleased with the outcome of Wednesday's peace summit in Jordan. Israeli and Palestinian leaders have vowed to begin a new peace process known as the road map. The plan mandates shutting down illegal settlements, ending attacks against Israel and creating a Palestinian state. President Bush is in support of the peace efforts.

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