President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair are scheduled to meet in the Belfast area of Northern Ireland on Tuesday to discuss the progress of the two countries' military maneuvers in Iraq.
The British Parliament debated for 10 hours today about whether to join the offensive against Iraq. Kwame Holman reports on discussions in Britain and the conversations in Congress about the threat of war.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair met with French President Jacques Chirac Tuesday in an unsuccessful diplomatic push to sway the French leader to join a U.S.-led military coalition prepared to take military action against Saddam Hussein.
The following is the text of Prime Minister Tony Blair's statement on the passage of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1441, which calls for Iraq to disarm and sets out a new inspections regime.
Iraq's program to build weapons of mass destruction is "active, detailed and growing," British Prime Minister Tony Blair told his country's parliament Tuesday.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair warned Tuesday that Saddam Hussein's Iraq must comply with United Nations resolutions or "action will follow."…
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During a speech to his Labour Party, Prime Minister Tony Blair said there was no doubt Osama bin Laden organized the attacks of Sept. 11.
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