GAZ2001091714- 17 SEPTEMBER 2001 - GAZA CITY, GAZA: Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat,center, walks with Greek Foreign Minister George Papandreou, after their meeting at Arafat's office in Gaza City, Sunday, Sept. 16, 2001. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said Sunday that he will not allow Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres to meet with Arafat to discuss a truce until there are two straight days without Palestinian attacks. rw/Abdelrahman Al-khateeb. UPI
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