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Bremer Defends Record as Anti-U.S. Attacks Continue

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Bremer Defends Record as Anti-U.S. Attacks Continue

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Bremer Defends Record as Anti-U.S. Attacks Continue

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A U.S. soldier and his Iraqi interpreter are killed in a grenade and small arms attack in Baghdad. The incident comes as U.S. civilian administrator Paul Bremer, in Washington to brief Bush administration officials, says U.S. forces are making progress against guerrilla-type resistance from remnants of Saddam Hussein's regime. NPR's Juan Williams talks to Bremer.

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