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U.S. Presses Syria on Saddam Aides, Terrorism

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The Bush administration turns up the pressure on Syria, accusing Iraq's neighbor of sponsoring terrorists and permitting entry to members of Saddam Hussein's regime. Yet Secretary of State Colin Powell tries to downplay worldwide concern that Syria could become the next U.S. military target. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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