Bremer Asks Senate to Approve Iraq Funds U.S. Iraq administrator Paul Bremer appears before a Senate panel to defend President Bush's $87 billion funding request for U.S. operations in Iraq. Bremer warns that if Congress fails to approve more than $20 billion earmarked for reconstruction efforts, Iraq could become a haven for terrorists. Hear NPR's David Welna.
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Bremer Asks Senate to Approve Iraq Funds

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Bremer Asks Senate to Approve Iraq Funds

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Bremer Asks Senate to Approve Iraq Funds

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U.S. Iraq administrator Paul Bremer appears before a Senate panel to defend President Bush's $87 billion funding request for U.S. operations in Iraq. Bremer warns that if Congress fails to approve more than $20 billion earmarked for reconstruction efforts, Iraq could become a haven for terrorists. Hear NPR's David Welna.

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