Attacks on Kurds Kill 56 in Iraq

Two suicide bombers killed at least 56 people Sunday and wounded more than 200 others in attacks on offices of the two main Kurdish parties. The attacks targeted Iraq's most pro-American citizens, wounding more than 235 in the deadliest assault in Iraq in six months. NPR's Emily Harris reports.

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