Ayub Nuri, from Fixer to Front-Lines Reporter Ayub Nuri was working with foreign journalists in Iraq as a fixer — a war-zone interpreter, guide, source-finder and occasional life-saver. Nuri worked with increasing autonomy until he became a reporter with his own byline. He wrote about his experiences in The New York Times Magazine on July 29, 2007. Nuri is now based in New York City.
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Ayub Nuri, from Fixer to Front-Lines Reporter

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Ayub Nuri, from Fixer to Front-Lines Reporter

Ayub Nuri, from Fixer to Front-Lines Reporter

Ayub Nuri, from Fixer to Front-Lines Reporter

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Ayub Nuri was working with foreign journalists in Iraq as a fixer — a war-zone interpreter, guide, source-finder and occasional life-saver. Nuri worked with increasing autonomy until he became a reporter with his own byline. He wrote about his experiences in The New York Times Magazine on July 29, 2007. Nuri is now based in New York City.