Iraqi Kurds Seek Protection from Possible Chemical Attacks Kurds in northern Iraq say they have asked the United States, Europe and the United Nations for protection against possible chemical and biological attacks by Iraq. But so far, no aid has arrived, they say. NPR's Ivan Watson reports.
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Iraqi Kurds Seek Protection from Possible Chemical Attacks

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Iraqi Kurds Seek Protection from Possible Chemical Attacks

Iraqi Kurds Seek Protection from Possible Chemical Attacks

Iraqi Kurds Seek Protection from Possible Chemical Attacks

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Kurds in northern Iraq say they have asked the United States, Europe and the United Nations for protection against possible chemical and biological attacks by Iraq. But so far, no aid has arrived, they say. NPR's Ivan Watson reports.

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