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Marginalisation fuels Iraq's Sunni rebellion

Many who moved to Kurdish-controlled region in search of security say community felt targeted by Shia-led government.

Last updated: 02 Jul 2014 19:14
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The Sunni rebellion in Iraq was years in the making. They have long felt marginalised and targeted by the Shia-led government of Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki.
 
Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Erbil, capital of Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish region.

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