White House: Russian Firms Supplying Iraqi Military The Bush administration demands Russia crack down on businesses allegedly selling military equipment to Iraq. The White House says there's credible evidence that Russian companies sold night-vision goggles and anti-tank guided missiles to Iraq. Russian officials deny the allegations. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.
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White House: Russian Firms Supplying Iraqi Military

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White House: Russian Firms Supplying Iraqi Military

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The Bush administration demands Russia crack down on businesses allegedly selling military equipment to Iraq. The White House says there's credible evidence that Russian companies sold night-vision goggles and anti-tank guided missiles to Iraq. Russian officials deny the allegations. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.