Polish Leader: 'Misled' over Iraq WMD The president of Poland, a key U.S. ally with a large troop commitment in Iraq, says he was misled by the pre-war intelligence about Iraq's weapons programs. President Aleksander Kwasniewski, who added that he does not plan to withdraw his country's troops, had not previously criticized the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.
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Polish Leader: 'Misled' over Iraq WMD

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Polish Leader: 'Misled' over Iraq WMD

Polish Leader: 'Misled' over Iraq WMD

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The president of Poland, a key U.S. ally with a large troop commitment in Iraq, says he was misled by the pre-war intelligence about Iraq's weapons programs. President Aleksander Kwasniewski, who added that he does not plan to withdraw his country's troops, had not previously criticized the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.