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- Richard Engel NBC News' chief foreign correspondent and author of "War Journal: My Five Years in Iraq" (Simon & Schuster).
- Kimberly Dozier CBS correspondent working primarily in Iraq since 2003. She was injured in a car bomb attack on Memorial Day 2006. Her cameraman and soundman were killed in the attack. She's currently on temporary assignment in Washington, DC. She's author of "Breathing the Fire: Fighting to Report and Surviving the War in Iraq."
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