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Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin told Israel Radio that he'd made an agreement to "some signs of components of peace" with Syria, and Israeli officials said Egypt would join in the efforts to complete the Mideast peace circle. Rabin offered no details and said there were still "huge gaps" between his government and Syrian President Hafez Assad over ending nearly half a century of conflict. On Sunday, Rabin will meet with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who shuttled to Syria last week. Days later, Rabin will confer with Secretary of State Warren Christopher in an attempt to break the deadlock.