- Newsmaker: Arafat's Release from Ramallah Compound
President Bush has brokered a deal designed to result in Yasser Arafat's release from the Ramallah compound where he's been a virtual prisoner for the past month. Alan Philps, Jerusalem correspondent for London's Daily Telegraph, reports on the pact's establishment of international wardens to monitor Palestinian prisoners, and the reaction of Palestinians and Israelis to the US-brokered deal.
- Reporter's Notebook: Bush to Visit Los Angeles
When the violence of the riots subsided ten years ago, Presidential candidate Bill Clinton and then President Bush both made appearances in South-Central LA. Today, President George W. Bush will visit the First African Methodist Episcopal Church, a place of symbolic importance since 1992. Ron Brownstein, political writer for the Los Angeles Times, contrasts the distinctly different urban agendas of the three presidents.
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