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Iran Offers U.S. Tentative Help on Iraq

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Sunday he would help the United States calm Iraq if Washington changes what he described as its “bullying” policy toward Iran. But the Islamic Republic denied reports that it was trying to organize a summit bringing together Ahmadinejad and the leaders of Iraq and Syria. The reports of a meeting came as the Bush administration is under increased pressure at home to approach Iran and Syria for help in Iraq. Such a measure is believed to be one of the recommendations by a panel on Iraq led by former Secretary of State James A. Baker III. Full Story

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