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Bush Picks Envoy to Iraq to Be New Overseer of Spy Agencies

President Bush nominated John D. Negroponte, the ambassador to Iraq and a diplomat with worldwide experience, to be the director of national intelligence today, a new post intended to protect the United States from 21st century terrorist threats. “Intelligence is our front line of defense,” Mr. Bush said in announcing the selection of Mr. Negroponte, who previously served as ambassador to the United Nations and at eight diplomatic posts in Asia, Latin America and Europe. From 1987 to 1989, he was deputy assistant to President Ronald Reagan for national security affairs.Full Story

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