International mediators have presented their long-awaited “roadmap” to peace in the Middle East to both sides in the conflict. Copies of the plan were delivered on Wednesday to Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, and his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas – whose appointment was a key step towards its publication. It is intended to be a phase-by-phase route to ending conflict, and could lead to full Palestinian statehood as early as 2005. A bomb attack in Tel Aviv in which three people were killed by a suicide bomber failed to delay its publication. The “roadmap” was drafted by envoys from the United States, European Union, United Nations and Russia. Full Story
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