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21/11/2007 - 21:31

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Bush calls Middle East leaders ahead of conference - U.S. military wary of Iranian pledges on arms flow - Happy in their personal lives, Americans worry about country - Clinton, Biden condemn Saudi rape sentence - Play of the Day: Romney's explanation.



Bush calls Middle East leaders ahead of conference
President George W. Bush spoke to Israeli, Palestinian and Egyptian leaders on Wednesday to lay the groundwork for next week's Middle East peace conference on the creation of a Palestinian state.
The United States has invited about 40 countries, including Saudi Arabia and Syria which have no relations with the Jewish state, to the meeting which it hopes will launch negotiations to end the six-decade Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

U.S. military wary of Iranian pledges on arms flow
The U.S. military said on Wednesday Iran must prove over time it is committed to stemming the flow of weapons into Iraq, adding a note of caution after a warming in Washington's tone towards Tehran.
U.S. officials have softened their rhetoric towards Iran in recent weeks. The U.S. military freed nine Iranians held in Iraq.

Happy in their personal lives, Americans worry about country
Julie Murray says life is good. Yet gasoline prices are crimping her grocery budget, she can't afford a larger house, and she says President Bush is not focused enough on people's problems at home.
"My husband and I are happy," said Murray, 46, a homemaker from Montpelier, Miss. "We just wish we could buy more into the American dream."

Clinton, Biden condemn Saudi rape sentence
Hillary Clinton Wednesday condemned the sentencing of a Saudi rape victim to 200 lashes and six months in jail as an "outrage" and rebuked the White House for its response to the incident.
Clinton, who argues on the 2008 campaign trail that she has the foreign policy experience needed of a president, recalled how she had spoken out on human rights violations at a global conference on women in Beijing in 1995.

Play of the Day: Romney's explanation
Mitt Romney has a message for Iowa voters: The corn joke wasn't me.
The Republican presidential candidate found himself on the defensive Wednesday, answering questions about his campaign co-chairman's comments slighting Iowa. This week, New Hampshire Sen. Judd Gregg was asked about Romney rival Mike Huckabee's rise in state polls, and said he has always "viewed Iowa as being a place where they pick corn and New Hampshire being a place where we pick presidents."

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