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LONDON (AP) — A prosecution witness in the trial of two men accused of leaking a classified memo between Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair and President Bush said Tuesday that information was passed at a crucial stage of the Iraq war.
David Keogh, 50, a cipher expert, and Leo O'Connor, 44, a lawmaker's aide, are accused of violating secrecy laws by disclosing a document relating to April 2004 talks between Blair and Bush in which the U.S. president purportedly referred to bombing the Arab television station Al-Jazeera.