Bush, Putin End Public Spat Over Iraq

President George W. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin say they have moved beyond their public disagreement over the war with Iraq. Bush joins Putin in the Russian city of St. Petersburg for a brief visit on his week-long tour of Europe and the Mideast. NPR's Lawrence Sheets reports.



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