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Bush, Blair See Hope for Progress in Middle East

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Bush, Blair See Hope for Progress in Middle East

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Bush, Blair See Hope for Progress in Middle East

Bush, Blair See Hope for Progress in Middle East

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President Bush and Tony Blair at the White House, Nov. 12. Reuters hide caption

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President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair meet with reporters at the White House, saying there is an opportunity for getting the Middle East peace process back on track. But there was no serious talk of a peace conference, or of a new Middle East envoy for the Bush administration. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.

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