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Olmert, Abbas Hold 'Promising' Talks Ahead of Proposed Summit 7.8.2007 Washington Post: World
JERUSALEM, Aug. 6 -- Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas met Monday in the West Bank city of Jericho for talks in advance of a proposed U.S.-orchestrated peace conference later this year. No breakthrough was reported, although both sides described the...
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Israel's Olmert, Palestinian President Meet in Jericho 7.8.2007 NPR News
Ehud Olmert became the first Israeli prime minister to visit a Palestinian town since the outbreak of fighting seven years ago, meeting under heavy guard with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to talk about the creation of a Palestinian state.
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Israel's Olmert, Palestine's Abbas Meet in Jericho 6.8.2007 NPR News
Ehud Olmert is the first Israeli prime minister to visit a Palestinian town since the outbreak of fighting seven years ago, meeting under heavy guard with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to talk about the creation of a Palestinian state. Olmert says he came to discuss "fundamental issues" and hopes talks open the way for forming a Palestinian state.
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Mideast Leaders Discuss Possible Palestinian State 6.8.2007 WCCO: National
Ehud Olmert on Monday became the first Israeli prime minister to visit a Palestinian town since the outbreak of fighting seven years ago, meeting under heavy guard with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Jericho to talk about the creation of a Palestinian state.
 CBS News Interactive: Mideast Conflict
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Olmert, Abbas meet on Palestinian soil 6.8.2007 MSNBC
Ehud Olmert became the first Israeli prime minister to visit a Palestinian city since the outbreak of fighting seven years ago, arriving in Jericho on Monday for a meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to discuss the creation of a Palestinian state.
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Security barriers test future Gaza therapists 3.8.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
In a basement lecture hall at Bethlehem University, Nally Husari conducted a class for occupational therapy students, showing students how to assess the condition of a disabled girl in a wheelchair. The conditions were hardly ideal. The girl was nervous, and... ...
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Palestinian govt platform drops "armed resistance" 27.7.2007 Reuters Global Coverage
RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - The Palestinian government of President Mahmoud Abbas has dropped the phrase "armed resistance" from its platform, a minister said on Friday, in a further break from Hamas Islamists in control of ...
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Blair Sees ‘Sense of Possibility’ in Mideast Talks 24.7.2007 NYT: Home Page
Tony Blair made the comment during a maiden visit in his new role as the envoy of the Middle East Quartet.
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Blair arrives in Israel for first trip as Mideast envoy 23.7.2007 Star Tribune: World
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Blair Arrives In Israel To Mediate Peace Talks 23.7.2007 WCCO: National
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Monday kicked off his first visit to the Middle East as the international community's new envoy to the region, hoping to add new momentum to fledgling peace efforts between Israel and the Palestinians.
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Blair Has Limits As Mideast Envoy 23.7.2007 AP Top News
RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) -- Tony Blair couldn't ask for a better starting point as the new Mideast peace envoy....
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Fatah militants lay down arms to bolster Abbas 22.7.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
For both Israel and the Aksa Martyrs Brigades in the West Bank, the emerging cease-fire is an experiment.
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Fatah Militants Lay Down Their Arms to Bolster Abbas 22.7.2007 NYT: Home Page
For both Israel and the Aksa Martyrs Brigades in the West Bank, the emerging cease-fire is an experiment.
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Groups Call for Release of Marwan Barghouti 17.7.2007 NPR News
Marwan Barghouti's name evokes strong reactions on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Since the Islamist group Hamas forcibly took control of the Gaza Strip in June, there are new calls in Israel and the Palestinian territories to release the 48-year-old jailed Fatah leader.
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Abbas and Olmert meet in Jerusalem to build on recent gains 16.7.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
Abbas's decision to dissolve a partnership with Hamas after the takeover and form a new government without them has been welcomed in the West and spurred Israel to proclaim a new phase in relations.
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An Israeli Love Story 9.7.2007 Antiwar.com
Excerpt: Not since the resurrection of Jesus Christ has there been such a miracle: a dead body buried in a cave has come to life again.
Roger Morris | The Rise and Rise of Robert Gates 27.6.2007 Truthout.com
Roger Morris writes about Robert Gates's path to the Pentagon.
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Robert Gates, the Specialist 26.6.2007 Antiwar.com
Excerpt: "I may be dangerous," he said, "but I am not wicked. No, I am not wicked." - Henry James, The American
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FEATURE: Gaza Activists Brace for Harder Times Under Hamas 21.6.2007 Women's eNews
Some women's activists in the Gaza Strip are nervously reopening centers for women and girls following civil war clashes. Others have stayed off the streets fearing a crackdown against them and their work by militant Hamas forces now in control.
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A leader of Hamas warns of West Bank peril for Fatah 21.6.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
An influential Hamas leader in Gaza warned that Fatah's effort to repress Hamas in the West Bank could lead to Fatah's downfall there as well.
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