Bush, Blair Review Plans for Postwar Iraq

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At a summit with British Prime Minister Tony Blair, President Bush stresses his vision for a postwar Iraq, saying "a free Iraq will set itself on the path to democracy." And Blair says Saddam Hussein's regime is collapsing. Meeting in Belfast, the leaders also address the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and efforts to forge a power-sharing administration in Northern Ireland. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.



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