Middle East NPR's Peter Kenyon reports on efforts to implement President Bush's plan for Middle East Peace. Officials from the U.S., the European Union, Russia and the United Nations are convening in New York to discuss possibilities. But there are growing fears that domestic politics in Israel, the U.S. and the Palestinian territories could stifle efforts to revive the peace process. (3:35)
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NPR's Peter Kenyon reports on efforts to implement President Bush's plan for Middle East Peace. Officials from the U.S., the European Union, Russia and the United Nations are convening in New York to discuss possibilities. But there are growing fears that domestic politics in Israel, the U.S. and the Palestinian territories could stifle efforts to revive the peace process. (3:35)
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