U.S. Forces Begin War Game in Qatar U.S. military commanders begin a virtual war game in Qatar, but the Pentagon says the exercise is not linked to a possible strike on Iraq. Meanwhile, residents in Qatar express concern about a possible war in the Gulf region. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.
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U.S. Forces Begin War Game in Qatar

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