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Kurds Cheer Notion of Attack to Oust Saddam
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Kurds Cheer Notion of Attack to Oust Saddam

Kurds Cheer Notion of Attack to Oust Saddam

Kurds Cheer Notion of Attack to Oust Saddam
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The Kurds who control northern Iraq after years of oppression are eager for a U.S.-led assault to remove Saddam Hussein from power. Their experience as the target of a past chemical attack convinces them Saddam has devastating weapons at his disposal. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and NPR's Ivan Watson.

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