Middle East

Bush in West Bank, Proposes Steps to Peace Deal

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After talks Thursday with Palestinian leaders in the West Bank, President Bush again said he believes a Middle East peace accord could be signed by the time he leaves office.

The president said that agreement must include an end to the Israeli occupation of territory captured in the 1967 war and guarantee Israel secure and defensible borders.



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