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Greek PM Says Confident on Olympics Security

Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis said on Thursday he was confident that security measures for this summer’s Olympic Games would succeed, despite fears of an al Qaeda attack. We are doing everything humanly possible in terms of energy, resources, professionals to secure very successful games and I’m confident that we will succeed,” Karamanlis said during a meeting in the Oval Office with President Bush. A small unexploded bomb was found on Wednesday outside a British car dealership in southern Athens. It was the third bomb incident in the city in two weeks and further stirred concerns about the games. Bush said he would not be attending the Olympics, scheduled for Aug. 13-29 in Athens, because of the U.S. presidential race. His father, former President George Bush, will lead the U.S. delegation, Bush said. Full Story

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