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Ice flows in Antartica are breaking up into icebergs faster than predicted

Despite Fresh Attacks, Talks Still Have a Chance
Israeli and Palestinian security officials met U.S. envoy Anthony Zinni to discuss the plan drawn up last year by CIA director George Tenet, which requires withdrawal to positions held before the start of the Aqsa intifadeh 18 months ago. The two sides failed to reach agreement, and the Israelis called a halt when a bomber killed himself and three others near shops in West Jerusalem, only a day after a similar attack on a bus killed seven. Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat condemned the attacks. After Zinni met Israeli...

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