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US President George W. Bush shakes hands with British Prime Minister Tony Blair in the Cross Hall of the White House during a press conference 17 July, 2003, in Washington, DC. The Iraq war allies are facing mounting criticism from both their countries over bad intelligence before the war. Blair maintained the accuracy of British intelligence on Iraq's purchase of nuclear material from Niger, saying 'we know for sure' that it bought 270 tons of the material from the African country in the 1980s
US President George W. Bush shakes hands with British Prime Minister Tony Blair in the Cross Hall of the White House during a press conference 17 July, 2003, in Washington, DC. The Iraq war allies are facing mounting criticism from both their countries over bad intelligence before the war. Blair maintained the accuracy of British intelligence on Iraq's purchase of nuclear material from Niger, saying 'we know for sure' that it bought 270 tons of the material from the African country in the 1980s

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