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January 6, 2000 | 7:00 pmShimon Peres, the most experienced Israeli politician still in the harness, was not on Ehud Barak's 25-man team negotiating peace with Syria in West Virginia this week. But the 76-year-old economic cooperation minister may have moved within striking distance of the last public...