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Bush ends Europe trip in London, Belfast

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown handed President Bush good news on two fronts Monday: a modest increase in Britain’s troops for the tough Afghanistan fight and a fresh European effort to squeeze Iran’s nuclear ambitions. The deeply unpopular prime minister seemed to calculate he had more to gain politically by being hawkish than he risked losing by appearing at the side of the also unpopular Bush. Brown’s predecessor, Tony Blair, was wounded by the impression he did too much of Bush’s bidding. Full Story

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