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Iraq: Alive in Baghdad Correspondent Killed

Alive in Baghdad‘s special correspondent in Iraq Ali Shafeya was killed at his home in Sadr City, announced the site, which is collecting donations for his funeral and family. Ali took 31 bullets between the chest and the head and died immediately. Two of his brothers were killed in the Firdos Square bombing in 2005. He is survived by his mother and sister, who are living as refugees in Syria.

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