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Safe from war, but barely surviving

In US, former Iraq, Afghan translators struggle to make ends meet

By Anna Badkhen
Globe Staff / April 14, 2008

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AUBURN, Maine - The Iraqi translator called Shark knew his life was at risk every day that he worked for American troops in Iraq. Insurgents viewed translators as traitors and had wounded or killed scores of his colleagues. But he believed the Americans would improve life in his country, and despite receiving dozens of death threats, he translated for Americans ... (Full article: 1191 words)

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