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Rice's Surprise Visit Spotlights Security Issues

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Rice's Surprise Visit Spotlights Security Issues

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Rice's Surprise Visit Spotlights Security Issues

Rice's Surprise Visit Spotlights Security Issues

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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who has been on a Middle East swing, arrives unannounced in Iraq. Her Baghdad visit comes amid continuing concerns over Iraq's stability in the face of a violent insurgency.

New York Times reporter Sabrina Tavernise discusses the nation's precarious security situation with Alex Chadwick.

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