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Bush and Blair Confer on Iraqi Arms Inspections

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Bush and Blair Confer on Iraqi Arms Inspections

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Bush and Blair Confer on Iraqi Arms Inspections

Bush and Blair Confer on Iraqi Arms Inspections

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President Bush and Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair discuss Iraq at the White House. Blair is Bush's closest ally in the push to disarm Saddam Hussein. Next week, the Bush administration plans to deliver declassified intelligence to the U.N. Security Council to demonstrate that Iraq's government is deceiving U.N. weapons inspectors. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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