Tom Segev

Columnist, Ha'aretz

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Reporter and columnist for Ha'aretz, an Israeli daily; author of several books including 1967: Israel, the War, and the Year that Transformed the Middle East

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After a summit meeting today between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, President Bush called for a  regional conference , chaired by  Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice , to…

Bush Calls for New Summit after Olmert-Abbas Meeting in Jerusalem

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