U.S. May Drop U.N. Iraq Resolution
American officials say they still think they can win U.N. Security Council approval for a U.S.-backed resolution calling for more international assistance in Iraq. But key nations remain dissatisfied with the proposed pace of transition to Iraqi self-rule. U.S. officials say it's possible they will opt to abandon the resolution. Hear NPR's Vicky O'Hara.
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