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Powell Urges Suspending Anti-Terror Laws on Iraq

Secretary of State Colin Powell (news – web sites) has recommended the United States determine that U.S. laws against “state sponsors of terrorism” no longer apply to Iraq (news – web sites), a step that would make it easier to trade with and provide aid to Baghdad, a U.S. official said on Wednesday. “The secretary has recommended that the president determine that the laws that apply to countries that support terrorism no longer apply to Iraq,” said Cofer Black, the State Department’s coordinator for counterterrorism. Full Story

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