Exiled Iraqis

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NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports the Shia ethnic group of Iraq loathed Saddam Hussein and are glad to see him gone yet are balking at what they see as a U.S. occupation. They boycotted a U.S.-led leadership meeting this week, and as Iraq's majority, are presenting a big problem to American reconstruction plans.



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