Iraqi Dead Identified as Halliburton Workers The oil services company Halliburton says three of the four bodies found last week in Iraq have been identified as company employees. Halliburton said the men were working for a subsidiary Kellogg Brown and Root, which has a major logistics contract with the Defense Department. The State Department said the bodies were found after an attack on a convoy west of Baghdad. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.
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Iraqi Dead Identified as Halliburton Workers

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Iraqi Dead Identified as Halliburton Workers

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The oil services company Halliburton says three of the four bodies found last week in Iraq have been identified as company employees. Halliburton said the men were working for a subsidiary Kellogg Brown and Root, which has a major logistics contract with the Defense Department. The State Department said the bodies were found after an attack on a convoy west of Baghdad. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.