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Putin, Chirac, Schroeder Discuss U.N. Role in Iraq
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Putin, Chirac, Schroeder Discuss U.N. Role in Iraq

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Putin, Chirac, Schroeder Discuss U.N. Role in Iraq

Putin, Chirac, Schroeder Discuss U.N. Role in Iraq
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Russia's President Putin hosts a meeting in St. Petersburg with French President Chirac and German Chancellor Schroeder. The three leaders, who led opposition to the U.S. invasion of Iraq, now seek a prominent role for the United Nations in governing and rebuilding Iraq. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and NPR's Lawrence Sheets.

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