Polish PM: Iraq Help Not Open-Ended

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Poland has supplied troops for the war effort in Iraq, and remains an important U.S. ally there. Polish participation has brought praise from the Bush administration. But Prime Minister Marek Belka says there are limits to his nation's role. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.



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