Security Fence to Top Bush, Sharon Agenda

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Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and President Bush will meet to discuss the road map for Mideast peace. Sharon is expected to defend Israel's construction of a West Bank security wall that Bush has called "a problem." Aides say Sharon is also seeking U.S. pressure on Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas to disarm militant factions. Hear NPR's Peter Kenyon.

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