A group of expatriate Iraqis meet in London to make plans for governing their country in the event that a war with Iraq leads to Saddam Hussein's ouster. The U.S.-backed meeting is the largest gathering of Iraqi opposition leaders in more than a decade. NPR's Guy Raz reports.
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