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Powell, European Leaders Differ on Post-War Iraq
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Powell, European Leaders Differ on Post-War Iraq

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At NATO headquarters in Brussels, Secretary of State Colin Powell seeks support from European nations for a primary U.S. role in post-war Iraq. But some countries, including France, Germany and Russia, push for the United Nations to take the lead. NPR's Bob Edwards talks to NPR's Emily Harris.

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