Blair seeks UN resolution on Middle East crisis

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July 28, 2006 13:05

 
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British Prime Minister Tony Blair will seek a UN resolution to solve the latest Mideast crisis during talks with US President George W. Bush, his spokesman said Friday. The spokesman, speaking aboard Blair's plane en route to Washington, said Blair wanted to "increase the urgency" of diplomacy to end the violence between Israel and Hizbullah. The spokesman was speaking to reporters on customary condition of anonymity.

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