by Mia Bloom
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January 22, 2008 In 2007, U.S. forces investigated the backgrounds, nationalities, professions and ages of more than 600 foreign fighters who entered Iraq with the intention of taking on suicide missions. Experts discuss the underlying psychology of the men and women who carry out these attacks.
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