U.S., Turkish Negotiations Deadlocked

Turkey holds out for a multi-billion-dollar aid package from the United States before it agrees to let America stage troops in the country for a possible war in Iraq. Negotiators are deadlocked over the amount of aid, and there's growing frustration in Washington. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.



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