U.S. Reporter Abducted in Iraq
Posted on Jan 9, 2006
Washington Post: BAGHDAD—The call came from reporter Jill Carroll’s cell phone, from a young, wary-sounding Iraqi man who said he had just picked up the phone from a sprawled body on a Baghdad street. “The person this phone belongs to was just killed,” the caller said.
The caller was wrong. The body was that of interpreter Allan Enwiyah, 32, who had just become one of thousands of Iraqis to be killed in nearly three years of war in Iraq. | story