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Bush Urges Islamic Reforms, U.N. Darfur Force

President Bush addressed the United Nations General Assembly about the U.S. approach to fighting global terrorism, saying Islamic nations have an "historic opportunity" to adopt democratic reforms.

Before his speech, he met with French President Jacques Chirac to discuss possible sanctions against Iran unless that nation suspends its uranium enrichment program.

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