Journalists as Targets Covering War in Iraq

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Reporting from any war zone is a dangerous assignment, but the Iraq war has been especially perilous for journalists. So far, at least 36 have died covering the U.S. invasion and occupation. Hannah Allam, Baghdad bureau chief for the Knight Ridder News Service, reflects on an added dimension to dangers of reporting on this war.

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