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'Road Map' Authors Seek to Revive Peace Process
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'Road Map' Authors Seek to Revive Peace Process

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'Road Map' Authors Seek to Revive Peace Process

'Road Map' Authors Seek to Revive Peace Process
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Representatives from the United States, Russia, the European Union and the United Nations meet in New York to discuss how to revive the road map to Mideast peace. Bush administration officials blame stalled progress on Palestinian officials, but some accuse the United States of failing to use its influence with Israel. Hear NPR's Michele Kelemen.

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