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Powell: France Should Face Consequences for Antiwar Stance

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At a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing, Secretary of State Colin Powell calls France's opposition to the war in Iraq "very much regretful" and that the country should face consequences. Meanwhile, some lawmakers propose continued boycotts of French goods and a halt to French food services company Sodexho's contract with the Pentagon. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook.

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