U.S. Soldier Killed in Iraq An American soldier is killed in a rocket-propelled grenade attack east of Baghdad Saturday. Despite violence directed at U.S. troops in Iraq, U.S. civilian administrator Paul Bremer says he doesn't see "any hatred among the Iraqi people" for America. And three months after major combat ended in Iraq, streets are crowded and markets are flourishing in Baghdad. Hear NPR's Anne Garrels.
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U.S. Soldier Killed Near Baghdad

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U.S. Soldier Killed Near Baghdad

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U.S. Soldier Killed Near Baghdad

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An American soldier is killed in a rocket-propelled grenade attack east of Baghdad Saturday. Despite violence directed at U.S. troops in Iraq, U.S. civilian administrator Paul Bremer says he doesn't see "any hatred among the Iraqi people" for America. And three months after major combat ended in Iraq, streets are crowded and markets are flourishing in Baghdad. Hear NPR's Anne Garrels.

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