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Bush Press Conference At 2pm – Is It War Or Osama?

US President George Bush has announced his intention to hold a nationally broadcast press conference at 8pm EST Thursday (2pm NZT Friday). There is widespread speculation about what might be on his agenda.

You can view the Press Conference at the White House and C-Span websites.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/
http://www.c-span.org

Meanwhile the following are links to stories outlining two theories on what might be on the President's mind.

Theory 1: PRESIDENT George W. Bush will next week give Saddam Hussein an ultimatum to disarm within 72 hours or face war.Mr Bush met his security team at the White House overnight for top secret talks before making his final decision on whether to launch a military strike on Iraq. 72-hour war ultimatum

http://www.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,4057,6087665%5E401,00.html

Theory 2: QUETTA, March 07 (Online): The American and local agencies Thursday arrested 9 Al-Qaeda suspects who may include Osama Bin Laden or his son near Shamshi airport near the Pak- Afghan border areas, sources said.
Osama arrested near Pak-Afghan border area?

http://www.paktribune.com/news/index.php?id=18279

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