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Iraq Demands a Different Sort of Reporting

Iraqi journalists can't carry anything — not even a notebook — that would let people know they are working for Western media. This is only one of the obstacles that journalist face covering the Iraq war, according to a new report from the Project for Excellence in Journalism. Many war correspondents say Iraq is the most dangerous conflict they've ever covered, and they are exceptionally dependent on local citizens for reporting. NPR's Baghdad correspondent Jamie Tarabay discusses working in Iraq with Alex Cohen.

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