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Envoy's Death Highlights Perilous U.S. Position in Mideast The assassination of U.S. envoy Lawrence Foley in Jordan may reflect wider regional opposition to the Bush administration's Iraq stance. Hear NPR's Scott Simon, Jordanian journalist Rami Khouri and Youssef Ibrahim of the Council on Foreign Relations.