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Bush Blames Baathists, Foreigners for Iraq Attacks

President Bush on Tuesday blamed a wave of violence in post-war Iraq in part on “foreign terrorists,” and said he expected Syria and Iran to enforce border controls to stop infiltrators. Bush vowed that the United States would not “crater in the face of hardship,” and said those behind the suicide bombings had the “same mentality” as those who carried out the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States. “We’re constantly looking at the enemy and adjusting,” Bush said at a Rose Garden news conference in the aftermath of Monday’s bloodbath in Baghdad in which 35 people were killed. Another suicide bomber killed himself and at least four more people in Iraq on Tuesday. Full Story

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