U.S., Britain Insist Iraq Plan is on Track

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U.S. and British officials insist their governments agree on security arrangements in Iraq after the June 30 handover of power. But representatives of both governments acknowledge they have yet to determine the practical relationship between Iraq's interim government and the U.S.-led multinational force that will remain in Iraq after the handover. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.



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