Baghdad City Council Meets The 37 members of Baghdad's new city council hold their inaugural meeting in the Iraqi capital. U.S. officials selected the council members to advise Paul Bremer, chief U.S. administrator for Iraq. Bremer is expected to announce a national Iraqi governing council later this month. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.
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Baghdad Council Holds First Meeting

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Baghdad Council Holds First Meeting

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The 37 members of Baghdad's new city council hold their inaugural meeting in the Iraqi capital. U.S. officials selected the council members to advise Paul Bremer, chief U.S. administrator for Iraq. Bremer is expected to announce a national Iraqi governing council later this month. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.

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