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U.S. Civilian Administrator for Iraq Paul Bremer

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U.S. Civilian Administrator for Iraq Paul Bremer

U.S. Civilian Administrator for Iraq Paul Bremer

U.S. Civilian Administrator for Iraq Paul Bremer

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NPR's Juan Williams talks with Paul Bremer, the top U.S. administrator in Iraq, about the Bush administration's new timetable for a transfer to Iraqi self-rule. The new plan calls for an end to U.S. occupation of the country by June 2004.

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