Bush Opens Mideast Peace Talks President Bush opened the Middle East Peace Conference Tuesday in Annapolis, Md. Some leaders were more specific in their opening demands than others.
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Bush Opens Mideast Peace Talks

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Bush Opens Mideast Peace Talks

Bush Opens Mideast Peace Talks

Bush Opens Mideast Peace Talks

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President Bush opened the Middle East Peace Conference Tuesday in Annapolis, Maryland. "Today, Palestinians and Israelis each understand that helping the other to realize their aspirations is the key," Bush said. NPR's Michele Keleman, discusses developments with Madeleine Brand from Annapolis.