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Blair says anti-US feeling ‘madness’

British Prime Minister Tony Blair urged the international community to stay the course in Iraq and said the “madness” of anti-Americanism threatened democracy worldwide. Blair, who has faced strong criticism for his support of the US-led invasion of Iraq, said in a speech to the Australian parliament that the West could not afford to cut and run in the face of ongoing violence in Iraq and Afghanistan. “If the going is tough, we tough it out,” said Blair. “This is not a time to walk away. This is a time for the courage to see it through.” Full Story

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