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Fear of ethnic conflict charges Mosul unrest

By Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / November 30, 2004

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MOSUL, Iraq -- After Saddam Hussein was ousted and his security apparatus collapsed, many Iraqis predicted ethnic war. They feared ethnic militias like the Kurdish Peshmerga would fill the security vacuum and engage in a bloody power struggle. (Full article: 1567 words)

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