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Friday, April 09, 2004

It's more precarious than it's ever been to report from the ground in Iraq, but the situation is especially grave for journalists native to the region. As of Friday, eleven journalists have died in Iraq this year, all of them either Iraqi or from other Arab countries. Brooke speaks with Christian Science Monitor correspondent Dan Murphy, who's covered the story.

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