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Bremer: Sons' Deaths Will Help Efforts in Iraq

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Bremer: Sons' Deaths Will Help Efforts in Iraq

Bremer: Sons' Deaths Will Help Efforts in Iraq

Bremer: Sons' Deaths Will Help Efforts in Iraq

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Paul Bremer, U.S. civilian administrator for Iraq, gives Congress a positive assessment of reconstruction efforts. He says he expects the deaths of Saddam Hussein's two sons to lead to greater cooperation from Iraqis. But lawmakers continue to question the Bush administration's Iraq policy. Hear NPR's David Welna.