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Turkey Sets Iraqi Refugee Plan

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Turkey Sets Iraqi Refugee Plan

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Turkey Sets Iraqi Refugee Plan

Turkey Sets Iraqi Refugee Plan

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Hoping to avoid a repeat of the refugee exodus following the 1991 Gulf War, Turkey plans to establish refugee camps in northern Iraq in case of a U.S. invasion of Iraq. The strategy is being criticized from both sides of the border. NPR's Ivan Watson reports.

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