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Mideast Peace Talks Resume, U.S. Envoy Arrives in Israel

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Israeli and Palestinian security officials resume talks in a bid to finalize a deal for an Israeli withdrawal from the northern Gaza Strip. And U.S. envoy John Wolf arrives in Israel to monitor implementation of the U.S.-backed "road map" to Mideast peace. The renewed efforts follow a week of Palestinian bombings and Israeli raids that left almost 60 people dead. Hear NPR's Linda Gradstein.

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