President Obama and Iraq Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki / Susan Walsh, AP
President Obama turns attention Friday to fallout from the war in Iraq.
The president has an afternoon meeting with Iraq Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to discuss the nation's ongoing insurgency.
While Obama plans to raise concerns about the violence, Maliki plans to ask for more U.S. assistance.
Vice President Biden, who met with Maliki earlier this week, also plans to attend today's conference with Obama.
The White House schedule says Obama and Maliki will discuss the U.S.-Iraq Strategic Framework Agreement, and "efforts to enhance cooperation in the fields covered under the SFA."
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