NATO Members Lobbied for Help in Iraq

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NPR's Michele Kelemen reports on the Bush administration's efforts to persuade France, Germany and other NATO member nations to offer troops to help stabilize Iraq. NATO officials are talking about a limited role for the alliance and many say they're in no mood to get deeply involved.

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