Senators Doubt June 30 Timetable in Iraq

Senior members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee express deep skepticism about sticking to the scheduled June 30 transfer of sovereignty in Iraq. In the second day of hearings on the Bush administration's Iraq policies, experts told the committee that violence in Iraq could spread and the prospect of other nations sending more troops is highly uncertain. NPR's David Welna reports.

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