Powell in Turkey on Fence-Mending Mission U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell heads to Ankara in an attempt to mend ties damaged by the war in Iraq. Turkey refused to allow American troops to use its border as a launching pad for the war, and Turkish leaders are equally frustrated with Washington's opposition to any major Turkish incursion into Iraq. NPR's Guy Raz reports.
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Powell in Turkey on Fence-Mending Mission

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U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell heads to Ankara in an attempt to mend ties damaged by the war in Iraq. Turkey refused to allow American troops to use its border as a launching pad for the war, and Turkish leaders are equally frustrated with Washington's opposition to any major Turkish incursion into Iraq. NPR's Guy Raz reports.

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