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Palestinians have been celebrating the release of nearly 500 prisoners in an exchange with Israel that freed Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. It will be weeks before the second phase of the prisoner exchange takes place. Washington has offered a new meeting of the Mideast Quartet as a sign peacekeeping efforts are still alive, but few expect progress.
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