Handing over Power in Iraq, Day Two

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Saddam Hussein will be turned over to Iraq-s new government tomorrow, but only on paper. Physical custody will still lie with the US military, which does not believe the Iraqis are ready yet to protect the world-s most infamous prisoner. That-s dramatic evidence of the new regime-s limitations as it tries to persuade the Iraqi people it-s really in charge. We hear how yesterday-s secret transfer of power looks now on the streets of Baghdad. As Ambassador Negroponte takes over, what-s the best way for the United States to help the new rulers gain credibility? What are the consequences for President Bush if it doesn-t work? Warren Olney hears from journalists in Baghdad, experts in democratization and a former ambassador to the Middle East.
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Child Online Protection Act (COPA) of 1998

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US State Department on Sudan

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