Kurds Suspicious of New Iraqi Government Kurdish reaction is subdued at news of the transfer of political authority to Iraq's interim government. Many Kurds are skeptical and distrustful of the Arab-dominated interim government, which they feel doesn't adequately represent their political aspirations. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and NPR's Ivan Watson.
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Kurds Suspicious of New Iraqi Government

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Kurds Suspicious of New Iraqi Government

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Kurds Suspicious of New Iraqi Government

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Kurdish reaction is subdued at news of the transfer of political authority to Iraq's interim government. Many Kurds are skeptical and distrustful of the Arab-dominated interim government, which they feel doesn't adequately represent their political aspirations. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and NPR's Ivan Watson.