Deaths of Iraq Journalists Prompts Rights Questions NPR's Emily Harris reports on the aftermath of the deaths of two employees of a U.S.-funded broadcasting network in Iraq. American troops opened fire on their car in Samarra Monday. Today, workers at the network, al-Iraqiya, are pondering the limits press freedoms in Iraq.
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NPR's Emily Harris reports on the aftermath of the deaths of two employees of a U.S.-funded broadcasting network in Iraq. American troops opened fire on their car in Samarra Monday. Today, workers at the network, al-Iraqiya, are pondering the limits press freedoms in Iraq.