Palestinians wait for a truck to pass, not seen, as they wait next to a section of Israel's separation barrier in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, Saturday, May, 8, 2010. Palestinian leaders on Saturday gave their backing for indirect peace talks with Israel, clearing the way for the Obama administration's first sustained on-the-ground Mideast peace effort. U.S. envoy George Mitchell will now shuttle between the Israeli and Palestinian leaders for up to four months to try to narrow the vast gaps on the terms of Palestinian statehood. (AP Photo/Maya Hitij) (image by Maja Hitij)
Palestinians wait for a truck to pass, not seen, as they wait next to a section of Israel's separation barrier in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, Saturday, May, 8, 2010. Palestinian leaders on Saturday gave their backing for indirect peace talks with Israel, clearing the way for the Obama administration's first sustained on-the-ground Mideast peace effort. U.S. envoy George Mitchell will now shuttle between the Israeli and Palestinian leaders for up to four months to try to narrow the vast gaps on the terms of Palestinian statehood. (AP Photo/Maya Hitij)
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