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Post-Saddam Revenge Factor Worries Iraq Observers

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Post-Saddam Revenge Factor Worries Iraq Observers

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Post-Saddam Revenge Factor Worries Iraq Observers

Post-Saddam Revenge Factor Worries Iraq Observers

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Human rights groups fear the aftermath of a war in Iraq could create a climate of revenge among Iraqis who have suffered under Saddam Hussein's government. Some Iraqi exiles downplay the issue, but other observers say the Bush administration must be prepared to address post-war vendettas. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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