Future U.S. troop involvement unclear as Iraqi fighters wait for paychecks

Monday, October 27, 2008

By this week, the U.S. military in Iraq should have largely transferred responsibility for paying members of "the Sons of Iraq," Sunni Arab groups fighting al-Qaida to the Iraqi government. And, senior Iraqi politicians are warning that, after eight months of talks, a major deal between Baghdad and Washington that directs the presence of American troops in Iraq is doomed.

Guests:

Quil Lawrence

Contributors:

Jen Poyant and David Wall Rice

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