Representatives of the Iraqi opposition meet in Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq to demand a political role after any U.S.-led war against Iraq. But some opposition members criticize U.S. plans that they say leave them out of a post-Saddam government. NPR's Ivan Watson reports.
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