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Questions Surround Anticipated Iraq Report

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Questions Surround Anticipated Iraq Report

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Questions Surround Anticipated Iraq Report

Questions Surround Anticipated Iraq Report

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On Sept. 15, Gen. David Petraeus, the lead military commander in Iraq, and Ryan Crocker, the U.S. ambassador to Iraq, will present the much anticipated report to Congress on progress in Iraq.

Questions are arising over who will write the report, and how available the authors will be for testimony.

Julian Barnes, Pentagon correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, talks with Robert Siegel.

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