Kurdish drive for independence delayed by Islamic State

Aired: 9/17/2014 | 0:03:36 | Clip
Kurds are spread across an area that spans the Middle East but it's in Iraq where they have the greatest autonomy, since the U.S. invasion of 2003 freed them to build their own region within Iraq. The issue of an independent Kurdistan was reignited this summer as the Islamic State onslaught began. Fuad Hussein spoke with Margaret Warner about the Kurds drive for greater autonomy.