Maliki: Iraq Wants Intelligence-Sharing With U.S.

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Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) -- On today's "Global Outlook," Bloomberg’s Phil Mattingly reports on President Barack Obama's meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

Meeting with president barack obama right now.

Our white house correspondent is at the white house with our global outlook.

This meeting comes as iraq is reliving the type of conflict at was rocking the country when u.s. forces were there.

What is the message?

This is a difficult position for the president.

U.s. forces no longer in iraq.

But the blood levels itching -- the blood shed reaching levels it has not seen since 2010. listen to what jay carney said today when he was talking about the white house relationship.

It is a very important time for iraq.

The violence we have seen is nearly escalated significantly.

We condemn it in the strongest possible terms.

And it's why we believe we need to work together with other allies and friends of iraq to help them counter the terrorism being perpetrated by al qaeda.

Obviously, countering is key.

It is because of the rise of al qaeda.

This is the biggest concern for the administration.

Al qaeda has grown in prominence and that will only raise its problems.

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