Russia & Iraq NPR's Michele Kelemen reports from Washington that Russia's foreign and defense ministers discussed the Iraq situation today with President Bush at the White House. President Bush urged Russia to support a U.N. resolution that will force Iraq to disarm or face military action. Russia has said no further U.N. resolutions are needed. As the two ministers emerged from the White House today, they reported no progress in closing the gap, but left open the possibility of a deal. (3:30)
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Russia & Iraq

Russia & Iraq

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NPR's Michele Kelemen reports from Washington that Russia's foreign and defense ministers discussed the Iraq situation today with President Bush at the White House. President Bush urged Russia to support a U.N. resolution that will force Iraq to disarm or face military action. Russia has said no further U.N. resolutions are needed. As the two ministers emerged from the White House today, they reported no progress in closing the gap, but left open the possibility of a deal. (3:30)
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