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Middle East / Peace Road Map #731286

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 20, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Secretary of State Colin Powell’s visit to the Middle East to try to keep the peace process moving forward noted.

(Gaza: David Hawkins) A reality check on what the Israeli & Palestinian leaders promised when they accepted the road map to peace two weeks ago and what they have actually done presented; scenes shown from the site of today’s Palestinian attack on Israelis. [PLO legal advisor Michael TIRAZI†- comments on Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s promise to evacuate settler outposts.] [Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesperson Gideon MEIR†- says there must be a stop to terror.]

Rather, Dan;
Hawkins, David

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