Kurds Unsettled over New Iraqi Government Iraq's prime minister and Kurdish leaders have yet to elaborate on the resolution of a dispute over the Kurdish minority's role in the country's new government. Discontent remains among the Kurdish population over what is viewed as a sacrifice by U.S. officials of Kurdish autonomy to appease Iraq's Arab majority. NPR's Ivan Watson reports.

Kurds Unsettled over New Iraqi Government

Kurds Unsettled over New Iraqi Government

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Iraq's prime minister and Kurdish leaders have yet to elaborate on the resolution of a dispute over the Kurdish minority's role in the country's new government. Discontent remains among the Kurdish population over what is viewed as a sacrifice by U.S. officials of Kurdish autonomy to appease Iraq's Arab majority. NPR's Ivan Watson reports.