The Mideast After Arafat The death of Yasser Arafat, who for four decades symbolized the struggle for a Palestinian homeland, has renewed focus on the stalled Middle East peace process and raised questions about the future of the Palestinian leadership. Follow NPR coverage.
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The Mideast After Arafat

NPR looks at the future of the Palestinian leadership and the Mideast peace process.

Abbas Victory Seems Assured as Palestinian Vote Nears

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Israelis React to Abbas' Campaign Rhetoric

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A Reality Check on Prospects for Mideast Peace

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Palestinians Anticipate Upcoming Election

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Pursuit of Sharon's Gaza Withdrawal Debated

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