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Middle East / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Road Map to Peace #727463

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 30, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Ramallah, West Bank: David Hawkins) The challenges for the Palestinians & Israelis in following President Bush’s administration’s road map to peace featured; details given about the support of many Palestinians for the use of violence against Israelis and about Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s hedging on the dismantlement of illegal outposts; scenes shown of the swearing-in of new Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas {aka Abu Mazen} and from the site of a suicide bombing at a Tel Aviv restaurant. [Palestinian legislator Hanan ASHRAWI†- says Abu Mazen cannot work in isolation.] [Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesperson Gideon MEIR†- says he is not willing to talk about the political situation until the violence stops.]

Rather, Dan;
Hawkins, David

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