Indonesians Protest U.S. President's Visit President Bush visits Indonesia, a Muslim nation where many people have greeted his visit with street protests. Bush said the open protests were a sign of a healthy society.
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Indonesians Protest U.S. President's Visit

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Indonesians Protest U.S. President's Visit

Indonesians Protest U.S. President's Visit

Indonesians Protest U.S. President's Visit

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President Bush visits Indonesia, a Muslim nation where many people have greeted his visit with street protests. Bush said the open protests were a sign of a healthy society.

The president also addressed troop levels in Iraq, saying he had not decided whether to follow calls to increase or withdraw U.S. troops.