Africa to Bid Fond Farewell to Blair

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Tony Blair is about to make his final trip Africa as Britain's prime minister. His popularity at home may have faded, but Blair is regarded as a hero in Africa for directing global attention to the continent's problems. Julian Borger, diplomatic editor of The Guardian newspaper, talks with Renee Montagne about the trip.



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