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Iraqi Kurds seek promise of protection from US

With instability, criticism grows

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / February 15, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- Leaders of Iraq's Kurdish minority, who were key US allies in the 2003 invasion, are becoming increasingly critical of US actions in Iraq and are now seeking assurances from the Bush administration that Americans will protect their region if violence reaches its borders. (Full article: 1298 words)

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