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Analysis: U.N. Role in a Sovereign Iraq

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Analysis: U.N. Role in a Sovereign Iraq

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Analysis: U.N. Role in a Sovereign Iraq

Analysis: U.N. Role in a Sovereign Iraq

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American U.N. Ambassador John Danforth says the United Nations has an important role to play in the newly sovereign Iraq. He hopes U.N. officials will help Iraqis draft a permanent constitution, set up elections and move forward with a range of reconstruction projects. Hear Danforth and NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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