White House: No Hard Feelings in Shoe Incident
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White House: No Hard Feelings in Shoe Incident

A White House spokeswoman says Iraqi leaders are the ones to decide whether punishment is appropriate for the Iraqi journalist who stunned observers by hurling two shoes at President George W. Bush from close range. Video by AP

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