Bodies in Iraqi River Could be Missing Hostages

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NPR's Noah Adams speaks with Los Angeles Times Baghdad bureau chief Patrick McDonnell about the recently reported discovery of up to 50 bodies in the Tigris River. Iraqi officials believe the bodies belong to hostages who were kidnapped earlier this month.

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