1991 Gulf War POWs Seek Millions in Compensation

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A federal judge in Washington, D.C., begins reviewing evidence in a multi-million dollar lawsuit brought by 1991 Gulf War POWs against the Iraqi government. They are hoping for a share of frozen Iraqi assets. President Bush has earmarked the money to help rebuild Iraq. Hear NPR's Libby Lewis.



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