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Sharon, Abbas see little progress

Deadlock over prisoner releases, policing militants

By Dan Ephron
Globe Correspondent / June 22, 2005

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JERUSALEM -- A four-month-old truce between Israelis and Palestinians looked shakier than ever yesterday after a summit meeting in Jerusalem that both sides described as disappointing and an Israeli media report that the Jewish state had decided to carry out targeted killings of leading Islamic Jihad militants. (Full article: 734 words)

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