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Blair and Schröder pledge to work together on Iraq

Schröder and Blair move to patch up relations
British prime minister Tony Blair and German chancellor Gerhard Schröder drew a line under their differences over Iraq and pledged to work together, with the United Nations, on the country's reconstruction. 19:48 | Read
  • Schröder can profit from a German crisis
  • Iraq talks end with agreement to reconvene
  • Powell says US has no plans to strike Syria
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    Small states to oppose EU presidency plan
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    Argentina seeks to reassure investors
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    Economy the priority as Bush goes on stump
    Bush cannot rest on his cushion of popularity  19:50 | Read

    War gamble pays off for Australia's Howard
    PM extends poll lead to 46 percentage points.  15:47 | Read

    Labour faces down criticism from trades unions
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    After Iraq: A Europe gripped by self-doubt
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    Martin Wolf: An economy trapped by panic
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    Brussels agenda: Accession treaty to be signed
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    The European Union will officially become a club of 25 on Wednesday with the signing of the accession treaty admitting 10 new members in a ceremony in Athens. Apr 15 2003 | Read
    American generals and the general will
    America is sincere in wanting to bring democracy to Iraq, writes Christopher Caldwell, senior editor of the Weekly Standard magazine. Apr 15 2003 | Read
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