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A Conversation with Queen Noor

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A Conversation with Queen Noor

A Conversation with Queen Noor

A Conversation with Queen Noor

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NPR's Scott Simon talks with Queen Noor of Jordan about the possibility of war in Iraq. The widow of King Hussein says that there is a need for the United States and non-governmental organizations to prepare to handle millions of refugees in the event of war.

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