Bush prods Musharraf to hold free elections

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August 10, 2007 03:59

 
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US President George W. Bush said Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, his embattled war-on-terror partner, must hold free presidential elections, share intelligence and take "swift action" against terrorist leaders pinpointed in his country. Bush, at a news conference Thursday, spent 45 minutes answering questions on an unusually broad set of issues. They ranged from Iran's role in Iraq, last week's bridge collapse in Minnesota, the friendly fire death of Army Ranger Pat Tillman, a plunge in the home-mortgage market, the possible closing of the US military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, tax policy and accountability in his administration.

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