Peru Preview

President Bush's next stop is Peru, where he's expected to arrive this afternoon. The president's security is the top concern for Peruvian officials, especially in the aftermath of a deadly bombing outside the U.S. embassy on Wednesday night. But in general, Mr. Bush can expect a friendly reception from Peruvians, who have high hopes for this visit. NPR's Martin Kaste reports from Lima.

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