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By Justin Huggler in Jerusalem

28 September 2002

The Israeli army's siege of Yasser Arafat amid the ruins of his bulldozed presidential compound could mean "the death" of hopes for a Palestinian state and a peace agreement, the United Nations' most senior envoy to the Middle East said yesterday.

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