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Middle East / Peace Talks / Israel-US Meeting #743835

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 12, 2003
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The meeting of Israeli foreign minister Silvan Shalom†† with Secretary of State Colin Powell about peace talks in the Middle East shown.

(Jerusalem: Dean Reynolds) The frustration in the Middle East about the role of the US in peace efforts examined; details given of the confusions in the US policies toward the Palestinians & Israelis, who do not believe President Bush's administration is doing enough to promote the road map to peace. [Palestinian journalist Daoud KUTTAB†- outlines the dilemma for the US in dealing with the Arab world.] [Israeli Akiva ELDAR†- says the US is not taken seriously.] [Israeli legislators Avram BURG†, Uzi LANDAU†- comment on US policy.]

Jennings, Peter;
Reynolds, Dean

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