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Garner Seeks to Speed Iraqi Interim Government

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Garner Seeks to Speed Iraqi Interim Government

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Garner Seeks to Speed Iraqi Interim Government

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NPR's Guy Raz in Baghdad reports on U.S. plans to step up the process of forming an interim government in Iraq, to replace the ousted regime of Saddam Hussein. Retired Gen. Jay Garner, the U.S. civil administrator for Iraq, told reporters he will convene another meeting of Iraqis next week to discuss formation of an interim administration.

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