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Palestinian P.M. Looks for Peace Plan Revival

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Palestinian P.M. Looks for Peace Plan Revival

Palestinian P.M. Looks for Peace Plan Revival

Palestinian P.M. Looks for Peace Plan Revival

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With the chances for a Mideast cease-fire looking slim, Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia is struggling to re-focus attention on the U.S.-backed road map for peace. Qureia has had little more success than his predecessor, but has avoided some of Mahmoud Abbas' early missteps. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.

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