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US, Iran will cooperate on Iraq security

Agreement marks major shift in policy

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / July 25, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- During a tense seven-hour meeting in Baghdad yesterday, the United States accepted an Iranian proposal to set up a joint committee on security in Iraq, marking a major shift in US policy toward engagement with the Iranian regime. (Full article: 1038 words)

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