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Pressed by U.S., a Wary U.N. Now Plans Larger Iraq Role
UNITED NATIONS, Aug. 7 -- The United Nations has offered to increase its presence in Baghdad for the first time in more than three years, after repeated appeals from the Bush administration for the world body to play a more active role in mediating Iraq's sectarian disputes.
By Colum Lynch
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