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New Report Says Aid For Iraqi Refugees Lacking

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New Report Says Aid For Iraqi Refugees Lacking

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New Report Says Aid For Iraqi Refugees Lacking

New Report Says Aid For Iraqi Refugees Lacking

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Nearly 5 million Iraqi refugees have left their country. Some have headed to neighboring Syria, Jordan and Lebanon. A new report from the International Crisis Group, a nonpartisan research organization, charges that countries that are occupying Iraq, including the United States, must do more for the refugees.

Deborah Amos talks with Joost Hiltermann of the International Crisis Group.

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