Kurds & Saddam

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NPR's Ivan Watson reports from a museum in Northern Iraq dedicated to Kurdish lives lost at the hand of Iraqis, in what is now called by some The Kurdish Genocide. The overwhelming sentiment in Kurdish communities seems to be one of desperation; war means Saddam's regime will topple, and that can't happen soon enough for them.

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