Shiite Groups Say U.S.-Led Security Inadequate
Leaders of Iraq's Shiite majority criticize U.S.-led forces for what it sees as inefficient security at its holy sites. In an effort to step up security, Shiite militias are expanding their role in policing, establishing checkpoints and patrols, but U.S. forces demand they disband by today. Hear NPR's Ivan Watson.
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