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Middle East / Abu Mazen / Peace Process #727312

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 27, 2003
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The likely confirmation of Mahmoud Abbas, aka Abu Mazen, as Palestinian prime minister reported.

(White House: Tamala Edwards) The road map for peace in the Middle East previewed; details given of the need for concessions from the Israelis & Palestinians. [On CNN, Jordan's King ABDULLAH - says the road map needs action.] [Brookings Inst. Philip GORDON†- says the White House will have to do some "hard things."] [International Crisis Group Robert MALLEY†- outlines what the US needs to do in the Middle East.] [Jordanian foreign minister Marwan MUASHER†- says President Bush must be involved.]

Simpson, Carole;
Edwards, Tamala

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