Blair Seeks U.N. Help in Iraq British Prime Minister Tony Blair meets with President Bush Friday. British officials say Blair hopes to flesh out a role for the United Nations in Iraq's transition. Blair has faced criticism at home for having little influence when it comes to Iraq -- despite Britain's 10,000 troops there. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.
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Blair Seeks U.N. Help in Iraq Transition

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Blair Seeks U.N. Help in Iraq Transition

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British Prime Minister Tony Blair meets with President Bush Friday. British officials say Blair hopes to flesh out a role for the United Nations in Iraq's transition. Blair has faced criticism at home for having little influence when it comes to Iraq — despite Britain's 10,000 troops there. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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