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Sharon's legal woes shadow Gaza withdrawal plan

His coalition shaky, US concerns on plan could be final straw

By Dan Ephron
Globe Correspondent / March 30, 2004

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JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s mounting legal trouble and his failure so far to win certain assurances from the United States to keep someWest Bank settlements are casting doubt over his initiative to withdraw troops and settlers from the Gaza Strip, according to senior Israeli officials. One official close to Sharon said over the weekend that the Israeli leader ... (Full Article: 862 Words)

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