- Newsmaker: Despite security being tightened after sporadic violence during the day, there is talk of a possible summit meeting in Egypt. Edward Abington, former U.S. Consul in Jerusalem whose Washington firm is currently working with the Palestinians, discusses efforts to bring the two sides together in Jerusalem.
- Reporter's Notebook: Kongdan Oh, a senior fellow at Brookings Institute and expert on East Asian affairs, talks about Kim Dae Jung who has just been awarded the new century's first Nobel Peace Prize. Kim, the former political prisoner who rose to be head of state, suffered decades of repeated arrests and beatings during his years as a dissident.
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