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Report: Iraq Did Not Help with Sept. 11 Attacks

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Report: Iraq Did Not Help with Sept. 11 Attacks

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Report: Iraq Did Not Help with Sept. 11 Attacks

Report: Iraq Did Not Help with Sept. 11 Attacks

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The Sept. 11 commission finds "no credible evidence" that Iraq was involved in the 2001 terrorist attacks, although al Qaeda did approach Saddam Hussein about a collaboration. Members of the Bush administration have insisted that Hussein had ties to Osama bin Laden. The panel is holding its final two days of hearings in Washington. Hear NPR's Ron Elving.

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