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Turkish Lawmakers Split on U.S. Troops

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Turkish Lawmakers Split on U.S. Troops

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Turkish Lawmakers Split on U.S. Troops

Turkish Lawmakers Split on U.S. Troops

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A narrow vote in the Turkish parliament favors allowing U.S. and British forces to use Turkish military bases for a possible strike on Iraq. But abstentions and absences prevent an absolute majority, and opponents demand a revote. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and NPR's Guy Raz.

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