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U.S. Forces to Georgia?

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U.S. Forces to Georgia?

U.S. Forces to Georgia?

U.S. Forces to Georgia?

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The United States may send troops to the former Soviet republic of Georgia to train forces there to fight terrorist groups. The Pentagon has proposed sending between 45 and 200 military trainers. U.S. officials say they have linked Chechen rebels harboring in Georgia to the al Qaeda terrorist network. NPR's Steve Inskeep reports there are some questions about those alleged links.

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