Iraq Administrator Sees Kurds The new civil administrator for Iraq, retired U.S. Gen. Jay Garner, receives a warm reception by Kurds in northern Iraq. Meanwhile, U.S. tanks move into the center of Mosul, a northern town that has seen looting and anarchy since the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime. NPR's Melissa Block talks with NPR's Ivan Watson in Baghdad.
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U.S. Administrator for Iraq Confers with Kurds

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U.S. Administrator for Iraq Confers with Kurds

U.S. Administrator for Iraq Confers with Kurds

U.S. Administrator for Iraq Confers with Kurds

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The new civil administrator for Iraq, retired U.S. Gen. Jay Garner, receives a warm reception by Kurds in northern Iraq. Meanwhile, U.S. tanks move into the center of Mosul, a northern town that has seen looting and anarchy since the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime. NPR's Melissa Block talks with NPR's Ivan Watson in Baghdad.

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