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Kerry: US Open to Cooperation With Iran to Help Iraqi
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Zlatica Hoke
June 17, 2014 10:37 AM
The Pentagon has downplayed speculation about U.S. and Iranian military cooperation in Iraq, hours after Secretary of State John Kerry made the suggestion in an interview. Iran, which is controlled by Shi'ite Muslims, has been alarmed by the Sunni advance not too far from its border with Iraq. Zlatica Hoke reports there are fears that involving Iran would lead to even more violence in Iraq.

Kerry: US Open to Cooperation With Iran to Help Iraq

Zlatica Hoke

Published June 17, 2014

The Pentagon has downplayed speculation about U.S. and Iranian military cooperation in Iraq, hours after Secretary of State John Kerry made the suggestion in an interview. Iran, which is controlled by Shi'ite Muslims, has been alarmed by the Sunni advance not too far from its border with Iraq. Zlatica Hoke reports there are fears that involving Iran would lead to even more violence in Iraq.


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