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Informal Peace Plan for Mideast Is Unveiled in Geneva

Senior Israeli and Palestinian political figures unveiled an unofficial peace agreement in Switzerland today that they portrayed as a way to resolve the main obstacles to Middle East peace and reach a two-state solution. The treaty, which does not have the official approval of their governments, was the fruit of an initiative started about three years ago by Israeli opposition figures, including the peace activist Yossi Beilin, a former justice minister in a Labor government, and Yasir Abed-Rabbo, a former Palestinian information minister. Known as the Geneva Accord, the treaty does not replace the official Middle East peace plan, known as the road map, sponsored by the United States, Russia, the European Union and the United Nations. Full Story

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