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Bush's Trip to Britain Complicated by Istanbul Attacks

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Bush's Trip to Britain Complicated by Istanbul Attacks

Bush's Trip to Britain Complicated by Istanbul Attacks

Bush's Trip to Britain Complicated by Istanbul Attacks

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks with James Harding of The Financial Times about President Bush's visit to London, and what, if anything, the state visit might yield for the British. Harding says that the leaders seemed to make some progress in discussing issues of common concern, but the terrorist attacks on British targets in Turkey could leave the British public more, not less, anxious about Blair's association with Bush.

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