Workers Search for Bodies in Iraq Bombings
Suicide attacks in northwestern Iraq killed at least 250 people Tuesday.
The attackers drove fuel tankers into a residential area where members of the Yazidi sect of Islam live. One of the villages is under curfew, allowing rescue workers who are still pulling bodies out from under the rubble to work more freely.
Joel Riddle reports; and Yazidi scholar Christine Allison, of the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations in Paris, talks with Madeleine Brand.
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