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Ware leaving Time for CNN

Journo recently covered combat in Ramadi

Time magazine Baghdad bureau chief Michael Ware is leaving to become a correspondent for CNN.

A frequent guest on the network, Ware becomes a full-time CNN correspondent at a time when news organizations are having trouble getting journalists to volunteer for combat duty.

Ware, who recently covered bloody combat with insurgents in Ramadi, began working for Time in 2001.

He was embedded with U.S. forces during the invasion of Iraq in 2003 and was one of the few western journalists to visit insurgent training camps.

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