The leaders of France and Germany may indeed speak for wider public opinion throughout Europe, and for weeks it seemed Britain's Tony Blair was isolated. Now with nine more European countries signing on to the Bush policy in Iraq, NPR's Guy Raz reports that perhaps it's France and Germany who are the odd nations out.
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