Benny Avni

UN Correspondent for the New York Sun

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United Nations Correspondent for the New York Sun and New York Correspondent for Israel Radio

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Yesterday,  President Bush told the United Nations  that peace between Israel and the Palestinians was one of the great objectives of his presidency.

Bush Meets with Abbas as Peace Process Languishes

Yesterday, President Bush told the United Nations that peace between Israel and the Palestinians was one of the great objectives of his presidency.

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