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Middle East / Powell Visit / Road Map to Peace #727704

ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 04, 2003
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The coming visit by Secretary of State Colin Powell to Israel & the Palestinian territories to meet with leaders of both sides noted.

(Jerusalem: Hilary Brown) The road map for peace in the Middle East at the time of another suicide bombing in Tel Aviv & an Israeli army raid in Gaza City examined; scenes shown of the climate of violence. [US envoy William BURNS - outlines what is required for peace.] [PLO legal adviser Michael TARAZI†- accuses Israel of the "typical game" of delaying implementation.] [Oslo peace accord architect Yossi BEILIN†- says Palestinian Prime Minister Abu Mazen will be unable to put an end to violence without Israel's help.]

Simpson, Carole;
Brown, Hilary

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