Halliburton's Rich Iraq Deals A Washington Post report reveals that Halliburton -- formerly headed by Vice President Dick Cheney -- has received Pentagon contracts worth $1.7 billion to aid in the rebuilding of Iraq. The contracts cover everything from building construction to logistical support. Hear Post reporter Michael Dobbs.
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Halliburton Wins Lucrative Iraq Deals

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Halliburton Wins Lucrative Iraq Deals

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Halliburton Wins Lucrative Iraq Deals

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A Washington Post report reveals that Halliburton — formerly headed by Vice President Dick Cheney — has received Pentagon contracts worth $1.7 billion to aid in the rebuilding of Iraq. The contracts cover everything from building construction to logistical support. Hear Post reporter Michael Dobbs.

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