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Hayder Abdulwahab's new life began the day he woke up in a Baghdad morgue, alive in a pile of bodies. Hayder, who was working as a bodyguard for a U.S. military employee, was gravely injured and lost most of his vision in a car bomb. He lives as a refugee near Tampa, caught in a new struggle for survival.

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