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U.S. Reviews Turkish Bases as Iraq Staging Area
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U.S. Reviews Turkish Bases as Iraq Staging Area

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U.S. Reviews Turkish Bases as Iraq Staging Area

U.S. Reviews Turkish Bases as Iraq Staging Area
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A U.S. military delegation arrives in Turkey to inspect sites that could be used by American troops in a possible war against Iraq. But Turkey says it will wait to hear from the U.N. Security Council before making a decision on allowing U.S. troops. NPR's Bob Edwards talks to Faruk Logoglu, Turkey's ambassador to the United States.

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