Difficult Homecoming For Sunni Neighbors
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Difficult Homecoming For Sunni Neighbors

Some Sunni families driven out by violence in predominantly Shiite neighborhoods are starting to return to their homes. But Sunni homeowner Fadhil Dawood has faced resistance from the Shiite squatters who have been living in his home. Video by Sudarsan Raghavan/The Washington Post Editor: Francine Uenuma/washingtonpost.com

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