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U.S. urged to release terror assessment

The top Republican and Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee urged the Bush administration Monday to declassify the most recent, high-level intelligence assessment on global terror — a report that has given new fervor to the election-year debate about how the Iraq war has changed security threats. Chairman Pat Roberts, R-Kan., said the American people should be able to see a public version of the report and draw their own conclusions about its contents. So far, he said, the public discussion has given the “false impression” that the National Intelligence Estimate focuses exclusively on Iraq and terrorism. Full Story

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