Despite objections from Congress, President Bush said again today he's "the decision maker" who will not modify his plans for Iraq. He also confirmed his order to capture or kill Iranian agents thought to be threatening American troops in Iraq. Those stories, and the growing number of refugees from Iraqi violence and sectarian cleansing. Between 40,000 and 50,000 a month are leaving the country. Why have just 466 been allowed into the United States? How does that compare to Vietnam? On Reporter's Notebook, while President Bush orders a kill-order against Iranian operatives in Iraq, Russian President Vladimir Putin is in India, angling for lucrative nuclear contracts.
Increased Troops, Iranian Agents and Iraqi Refugees
From this Episode:
At the outside of the Iraq invasion, a tidal wave of refugees was predicted. It didn't happen right away. But last February, the bombing of a Shiite mosque set off the orgy...
31 min, 45 sec
Russia Angling for Nuclear Reactor Contracts in India
Before last November's election the Bush Administration, with virtually no opposition from then-minority Democrats, approved a massive nuclear deal with India . It was...
10 min, 49 sec