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Iraqi council leans toward staying in power

Three US civilians slain amid spike in rebel violence

By Vivienne Walt
Globe Correspondent / March 16, 2004

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BAGHDAD -- Deeply divided over who should take over Iraq from the American occupation, the country's Governing Council is leaning toward remaining in power within an expanded ruling body after June 30, despite a groundswell among Iraqis for a more representative government. (Full Article: 866 Words)

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