Kurds Remain Focused on Self-Rule A double suicide bombing in Kurdish-held northern Iraq earlier this month left most Kurds more determined than ever to ensure they retain control of their traditional homeland. Kurdish focus on self-rule could make for tough bargaining when Iraqi leaders try to sort out of the details of their country's new government. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.
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Kurds Remain Focused on Self-Rule

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A double suicide bombing in Kurdish-held northern Iraq earlier this month left most Kurds more determined than ever to ensure they retain control of their traditional homeland. Kurdish focus on self-rule could make for tough bargaining when Iraqi leaders try to sort out of the details of their country's new government. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.

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