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Some Aid Groups Stay Despite Iraq Difficulties

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Some Aid Groups Stay Despite Iraq Difficulties

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Some Aid Groups Stay Despite Iraq Difficulties

Some Aid Groups Stay Despite Iraq Difficulties

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Neal Keny-Guyer is head of Mercy Corps, an organization that has decided to remain in Iraq, despite a deteriorating security situation. Mercy Corps, whose programs are partly funded by the U.S. government, has several hundred employees, most of whom are Iraqis. Hear Keny-Guyer and NPR's Scott Simon.

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