U.S. Senate Approves John Negroponte to Head U.S. Embassy in Iraq

U.S. Senate Approves John Negroponte to Head U.S. Embassy in Iraq

John Negroponte
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John Negroponte is approved by the U.S. Senate 95-3 to become head of the U.S. embassy in Iraq.

Negroponte is believed by many to have been involved in campaigns of terror and human rights abuses while he was ambassador to Honduras during the 1980s.

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