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Iranians, Iraqi Kurds Await Outcome of Arms Checks

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Iranians, Iraqi Kurds Await Outcome of Arms Checks

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Iranians, Iraqi Kurds Await Outcome of Arms Checks

Iranians, Iraqi Kurds Await Outcome of Arms Checks

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As the deadline for Iraq to reveal its suspected cache of weapons of mass destruction approaches, two groups keenly watching the process are Iranians and Iraqi Kurds. Saddam Hussein has trained his weapons on both groups. Hear more from NPR's Scott Simon and Los Angeles Times reporter Robin Wright.

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