Second Radio Free Iraq Correspondent Killed in Iraq

Nazar Abdulwahid Al-Radhi, a correspondent for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, was shot and killed in the southern Iraq city of Al-Amarah.
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Nazar Abdulwahid Al-Radhi, a correspondent for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, was shot and killed in the southern Iraq city of Al-Amarah.

Al-Radhi is the second correspondent for RFE/RL’s Arabic language service, Radio Free Iraq, to die in the past seven weeks, the organization stated.

Baghdad correspondent Khamail Muhsin Khalaf, a former TV anchor, was abducted and killed in early April.

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