President George W. Bush’s vaunted nuclear cooperation deal with India is facing new difficulties which may prevent it taking effect this year, U.S. officials and experts said on Tuesday. Caught up with defense and homeland security issues, the U.S. Congress may not give final approval to the agreement before ending its legislative session, leaving the deal’s fate to a new Congress that will take office in 2007, they said. Full Story
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