US democracy group 4 workers killed in Baghdad

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January 17, 2007 21:50

 
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Three foreigners and an Iraqi working for an American democracy group in Baghdad were killed Wednesday in an ambush on their convoy, an official with the group said. Gunmen attacked a three car convoy belonging to the National Democratic Institute, said Les Campbell, the group's Middle East director. An American woman was among the dead, he said, adding that the others were a Hungarian, a Croatian and an Iraqi.

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