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NATO troops sought for Iraq

With U.S. officials already nudging NATO to expand its operations in Afghanistan, Secretary of State Colin Powell called Thursday for the Western military alliance to commit troops to help stabilize Iraq. Powell said NATO ministers did not directly rebuff the proposal, the first direct U.S. request for NATO’s help in occupied Iraq. But they rejected any imminent NATO deployment there and said a still-restive Afghanistan remains the priority. Full Story

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