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Middle East / Peace Moves / Summit / A Fenced-In Village #729561

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 28, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(White House: Chris Burns) President Bush's impending summit meetings in Egypt with Arab leaders & in Jordan with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon & Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas previewed; details given of the current conditions for peace & what could change between the Israelis & Palestinians in the delicate days ahead. [National security adviser Condoleezza RICE†- says Bush believes it is the historic opportunity for peace.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The conditions that must happen in the steps for peace outlined.

(Baqa-al-Sharkiyeh†: John Vause) A village on the West Bank that will turn into a no man's land when the security fence is finished visited; scenes shown from Baqa-al-Sharkiyeh†, West Bank. [Local council Youssef BAWAQNI†- {thru translator} says we will be cut off from the Palestinian people & from Israel.] The likelihood that 27 villages will be isolated by the fencing noted. [Rafat resident Najah Mustafa ABBASS†- {thru translator} worries about the soldiers.]

Brown, Aaron;
Burns, Chris;
Vause, John

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