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Dave Phinney is a reporter who's worked for ABC, NBC, CBS, BBC, the Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. Phinney's stories on unfair labor practices and poor treatment of foreign workers contracted to do construction work in Iraq have been the subject of congressional inquiries, ongoing US Justice Department criminal probes and investigations by US Inspectors General. He's on his way to Ukraine and sending news to the Journal via Twitter.
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