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Bush, Blair Welcome Iraq Changeover, Urge NATO Aid

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Bush, Blair Welcome Iraq Changeover, Urge NATO Aid

Bush, Blair Welcome Iraq Changeover, Urge NATO Aid

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President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair welcome the early transfer of sovereignty in Iraq. The two leaders, attending a meeting of NATO member countries in Turkey, are trying to increase support for sending aid and troops to Iraq. The sessions have been marked by attempts to resolve past differences over the war. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and NPR's Don Gonyea.

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