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Annapolis Hosts Mideast Summit

Representatives from more than 40 countries met in Annapolis, Md., on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2007, to discuss the prospects for peace in the Middle East. President Bush said that peace must be pursued because "a battle is underway for the future" of the region "and we must not cede victory to the extremists."

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