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Aid Groups Weigh Future Role in Iraq

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Aid Groups Weigh Future Role in Iraq

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Aid Groups Weigh Future Role in Iraq

Aid Groups Weigh Future Role in Iraq

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The International Committee of the Red Cross is considering cutting back operations in Iraq following the deaths of 12 people at its Baghdad headquarters Monday. Other aid groups are withdrawing staff from Iraq, including Doctors Without Borders and others from Greece and Germany. Hear Marc Joolen of Doctors Without Borders.

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