Private Contractors Working in Iraq's War Zone NPR's Eric Niiler reports on the risks private contractors are taking to do business in Iraq, and the extreme dangers they face -- attacks, kidnappings and beheadings -- while working in the war zone.
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Private Contractors Working in Iraq's War Zone

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Private Contractors Working in Iraq's War Zone

Private Contractors Working in Iraq's War Zone

Private Contractors Working in Iraq's War Zone

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NPR's Eric Niiler reports on the risks private contractors are taking to do business in Iraq, and the extreme dangers they face — attacks, kidnappings and beheadings — while working in the war zone.