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Talking With Our Enemies

At the request of the Iraqi government, the Bush Administration has agreed to join meetings in March and April with Iraq's neighbors - Syria and Iran - as well as the UK, Russia and an assortment of international bodies. Secretary Rice noted that the initiative followed a recommendation of the Iraq Study Group. Initial talks are set to be held in Baghdad, with a second higher-tier round likely to be held outside of Iraq. It is expected that topics will include issues such as Iranian weapons and training provided to groups fighting the US and Iraqi forces.

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