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PREACHER: Abu Hamza could have his U.K. passport revoked

Horse Trading on Iraq
When the Turkish parliament declined last week to let U.S. troops use Turkey's military bases in a war on Iraq, the decision came with a steep price. Turkey endangered billions of dollars in promised U.S. aid, a role in Iraq after the war — which angered the Iraqi opposition — and even a trade concession that would have had U.S. troops wearing Turkish textiles, breaking the Pentagon's long-standing "Buy American" policy. The U.S. still needs nine out of 15 votes to pass a new resolution in the U.N....

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