Pact With Sunnis Ends Iraqi Impasse

Iraqi negotiators reach a compromise agreement on the participation of Iraq's Sunni Muslims in the drafting of a new constitution. Fifteen Sunnis will be added to the drafting committee, now dominated by Shia and Kurds.

The agreement is being viewed as a breakthrough in efforts to bring Sunnis into the political process. NPR's Deborah Amos reports from Baghdad.

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