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Middle East Wednesday, 1 March, 2000, 17:28 GMT
Special Report: Middle East Peace process
BBC News Online's in-depth coverage looks at the ups and downs in the long search for a settlement in the Middle East.



Hurdles on the road to peace
What are the chances of an overall Middle East peace settlement being reached by the deadline of September 2000?

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Wye back on track?
September 1999

New start for Mideast peace
The Israeli and Palestinian leaders signed a landmark agreement in September 1999 aimed at reviving the Middle East peace process after the stalled Wye River accord.


The Wye deal
October 1998
Middle East deal signed (23 October 1998)
President Bill Clinton and Israeli and Palestinian leaders signed an interim Middle East peace agreement in October 1998. But despite a direct appeal from President Clinton the deal foundered, and the peace process went into deadlock.

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