Middle Eastern Nations Urge Saddam to Cooperate Turkey and five Middle Eastern nations urge Iraq to do more to satisfy U.N. disarmament demands. The appeal follows a foreign ministers' meeting in Istanbul. But the six participants -- Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and Syria -- also voiced opposition to any new war in Iraq. NPR's Ivan Watson reports.
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Middle Eastern Nations Urge Saddam to Cooperate

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Middle Eastern Nations Urge Saddam to Cooperate

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Middle Eastern Nations Urge Saddam to Cooperate

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Turkey and five Middle Eastern nations urge Iraq to do more to satisfy U.N. disarmament demands. The appeal follows a foreign ministers' meeting in Istanbul. But the six participants — Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and Syria — also voiced opposition to any new war in Iraq. NPR's Ivan Watson reports.