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Relief Agencies Adjust Aid Plans in Iraq

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Relief Agencies Adjust Aid Plans in Iraq

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Relief Agencies Adjust Aid Plans in Iraq

Relief Agencies Adjust Aid Plans in Iraq

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Increasingly sophisticated attacks by Iraqi insurgents cause relief agencies and private contractors to reassess their operations in the country. The International Red Cross, a target of Monday’s attacks, is considering reducing its staff. The United Nations has already reduced its presence, after being struck in an earlier bombing. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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