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US Closely Monitors Iraq Violence but has Few Optionsi
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January 08, 2014
President Barack Obama and his advisers are keeping a close watch on Iraq, where government forces are confronting al-Qaida-linked militants. Analysts say the U.S. has few options. Senior White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports.

US Closely Monitors Iraq Violence but has Few Options

Published January 08, 2014

President Barack Obama and his advisers are keeping a close watch on Iraq, where government forces are confronting al-Qaida-linked militants. Analysts say the U.S. has few options. Senior White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports.


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