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Positive Change Predicted from Iraqi Defeat

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Positive Change Predicted from Iraqi Defeat

Positive Change Predicted from Iraqi Defeat

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Anti-American, antiwar protests decrease across the Arab world, but the anger persists. Many Arabs say they're suspicious of U.S. intentions for Iraq. But some Arab pundits say the U.S. victory can lead to positive changes — not just in Baghdad, but feasibly across the Middle East. NPR's Deborah Amos reports from Cairo.

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