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Iraq's Kurds Fear Loss of Newfound Power

The Kurds of northern Iraq think of themselves as America's allies in the effort to rebuild the nation and create a new, democratic government. Oppressed under Saddam Hussein, they remain anxious that U.S. officials might shove them aside during reconstruction. NPR's Emily Harris reports.

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