Self-Rule in Iraq U.S. administrator to Iraq Paul Bremer is expected to soon announce the makeup of an Iraqi governing council. The new council is seen as the first major step on the road toward Iraqi self-rule. Meanwhile, American casualties continue to mount in Iraq as insurgents believed to be loyal to Saddam Hussein carry out ambushes on U.S. troops. Hear NPR's Kate Seelye.
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U.S. To Announce New Iraqi Governing Council

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U.S. To Announce New Iraqi Governing Council

U.S. To Announce New Iraqi Governing Council

U.S. To Announce New Iraqi Governing Council

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U.S. administrator to Iraq Paul Bremer is expected to soon announce the makeup of an Iraqi governing council. The new council is seen as the first major step on the road toward Iraqi self-rule. Meanwhile, American casualties continue to mount in Iraq as insurgents believed to be loyal to Saddam Hussein carry out ambushes on U.S. troops. Hear NPR's Kate Seelye.