Bush Grants Arab TV Interviews In White House interviews with Arab television journalists, President Bush calls the reported abuse of Iraqi prisoners by U.S. forces "abhorrent" and vows to punish those responsible. The interviews were part of an overall White House effort to limit the political damage from a scandal it admits has hurt America's image in the Arab world. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.

Bush Addresses Prison Abuses on Arab TV

Bush Grants Arab TV Interviews

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Web Extra: Hear Bush's Interview with Arab TV Network Al-Hurra

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In White House interviews with Arab television journalists, President Bush calls the reported abuse of Iraqi prisoners by U.S. forces "abhorrent" and vows to punish those responsible. The interviews were part of an overall White House effort to limit the political damage from a scandal it admits has hurt America's image in the Arab world. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.

Web Extra: Hear Bush's Interview with Arab TV Network Al-Arabiya

Audio will be available later today.