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Bremer Told to Move Fast Establishing Iraq Government

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Bremer Told to Move Fast Establishing Iraq Government

Bremer Told to Move Fast Establishing Iraq Government

Bremer Told to Move Fast Establishing Iraq Government

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The U.S. administrator in Iraq, Paul Bremer, heads back to Baghdad after urgent talks in Washington. President Bush and senior administration officials tell Bremer to speed up the establishment of an Iraqi government. There's concern that the U.S.-appointed Governing Council is not moving quickly enough to establish authority in the country. Hear NPR's Michele Kelemen.

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