Bush visits Jordanian embassy, expresses sympathy

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November 11, 2005 02:00

 
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US President George Bush called on the Jordanian people to stand firm against terrorism following the attacks that killed scores in the Jordanian capital Wednesday night. In a visit to the Jordanian embassy in Washington on Thursday accompanied by his wife Laura, Bush expressed condolences to the Jordanian people and called on them to punish the perpetrators.

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