U.S. to Probe Mass Graves in Iraq

The Bush administration drafts a plan to investigate mass murders allegedly committed by the Saddam Hussein regime in Iraq. The plan calls for an international effort to exhume mass graves and collect forensic evidence for possible prosecutions. NPR's Christopher Joyce reports.

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