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Bush Administration Divided over U.N. Role in Post-War Iraq

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Bush Administration Divided over U.N. Role in Post-War Iraq

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Bush Administration Divided over U.N. Role in Post-War Iraq

Bush Administration Divided over U.N. Role in Post-War Iraq

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Britain, the United States' chief war ally, reaches out to other nations by promoting a lead role for the United Nations in post-war Iraq. But U.S. officials remain deeply divided over the issue of U.N. involvement and other crucial questions of post-war planning. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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