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(Studio: Charles Gibson) President Bush's Middle East peace conference held in Annapolis, Maryland, introduced.
(Annapolis: Jonathan Karl) Bush's push for Mideast peace between the Israelis and Palestinians featured; details given about the proposed agreement, the reactions from representatives from Saudi Arabia and Syria and areas of continuing disagreements. [BUSH - says now is the right time for peace negotiations; pledges to devote his efforts to ambitious goals of peace.] [Former Mideast negotiator Aaron MILLER- talks about priorities for the administration.] The possibility Bush may visit Israel and the Palestinian territories next year noted.
(Jerusalem: Simon McGregor-Woods) The tough road ahead in the Palestinian territories featured; scenes shown of demonstrations against the peace summit and of children playing a new peace computer game; details given of predictions the peace talks will fail. [Two PEOPLE, two TEENS - offer views.]
- Gibson, Charles;
- Karl, Jonathan;
- McGregor-Woods, Simon
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