King Abdullah II, Bush discuss Iraq and Mideast

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
December 16, 2005 19:36

 
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Jordan's King Abdullah II and US President George W. Bush discussed Iraq and other Mideast issues in a telephone call Friday, the official Petra news agency reported. Iraq's parliamentary elections, held Thursday, were among topics discussed by the two leaders, Petra said without providing further details. Jordan is a close US ally that neighbors Iraq. More than 30,000 Iraqi expatriates living here cast ballots in the elections.

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