Israeli Cabinet Approves Sharon's Gaza Withdrawal Plan

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In a historic vote, the Israeli cabinet approves Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's proposal to withdraw from the Gaza Strip — but in principle, and only in military terms. The result stems from a compromise that would allow for further negotiations. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports.

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