Hebron Breakthrough NPR's Eric Weiner talks to host Linda Wertheimer about the latest signs that the long deadlocked talks between Israel and the Palestinians about an Israeli pullout from the occupied West Bank city of Hebron are showing signs of progress. US Middle East negotiator Dennis Ross is flying back to Jerusalem tonight and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestine Authority President Yasser Arafat may meet to reach a final agreement as early as tonight.
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NPR's Eric Weiner talks to host Linda Wertheimer about the latest signs that the long deadlocked talks between Israel and the Palestinians about an Israeli pullout from the occupied West Bank city of Hebron are showing signs of progress. US Middle East negotiator Dennis Ross is flying back to Jerusalem tonight and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestine Authority President Yasser Arafat may meet to reach a final agreement as early as tonight.