President Bush allowed the PLO office in Washington to stay open for another six months. The Palestine Liberation Organization office functions as the diplomatic mission for the Palestinians. Congress has passed a law ordering its closure, but on Monday Bush waived the provision — though he noted that the PLO has not met the law’s requirement to end terrorism.
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