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British Prime Minister John Major and Secretary of State Warren Christopher found common ground during a meeting in Washington today, despite disputes overSinn Fein leader Gerry Adams' latest U.S. visit. The two discussed common interests in Bosnia, Russia, Iran and NATO during a breakfast meeting that sidestepped tension over President Clinton's efforts to broker peace in Northern Ireland. Major was not happy when President Clinton allowed Adams to visit the U.S. last month to raise money for the political wing of the Irish Republican Army, the Catholic organization battling with majority Protestants over political power in British-controlled Northern Ireland.