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March 2008: Iraqi Christians carry the coffin of Archbishop Paulos Faraj Rahho during his funeral in the northern Iraqi Christian village of Kremlis on March 14, 2008. The Patriarch of Iraq's Chaldean Catholic church, Emmanuel III Delly, tearfully urged Christians today not to seek revenge for the death of the archbishop of Mosul, whose body was found in a shallow grave two weeks after being kidnapped.(Photo AFP-Getty Images)
As I moved into the neighborhood, the destruction from weeks of fighting was horrible. Most of the shops and kiosks have been damaged. Doors are knocked off their hinges. Windows are shattered. The walls are riddled with bullet holes. Some buildings are blown apart by missile fire. (Raheem Salman - LA Times) - May 2008
A wounded boy arrives at a hospital in the Shiite stronghold of Sadr City in Baghdad, Iraq on Saturday, May 3, 2008.
Iraqi soldiers drove away after deserting from their mission on Tuesday night in Sadr City. Iraqi forces said they were not removing themselves from their base because they were afraid but rather because they lacked proper equipment and had no means to communicate directly with the American troops. 'That is an excuse,' the American commander said to the Iraqi, 'and you know it.' (Photo: Joao Silva for The New York Times) april 2008
Capt. Logan Veath, left, the commander of Company B, spoke with a group of Iraqi soldiers who had abandoned their positions Tuesday in Sadr City. 'If you turn around and go back up the street those soldiers will follow you,' Captain Veath told the Iraqi major. 'If you tuck tail and cowardly run away they will follow up that way, too.' (Photo: Joao Silva for The New York Times) april 2008
Women mourn for their relatives who were killed after an air strike in Basra, 340 miles south of Baghdad April 3, 2008. REUTERS/Atef Hassan
A man searches for a missing relative near the rubble of a house after an air strike in Basra, 340 miles south of Baghdad, April 3, 2008. REUTERS/Atef Hassan
Residents display a poster of Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr in Baghdad's Sadr City, April 2, 2008. REUTERS/Kareem Raheem
A Mehdi Army fighter flashes a victory sign in Basra. March 2008. Reuters
ShiIte Supporters: During a recent protest in Baghdad, protesters held signs in support of Iraq and cleric Moqtada al Sadr. Mr. Sadr's Mahdi Army has started a civil disobedience campaign. Thaier AL-Sudnai/Reuters
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (left) and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.  Not only is Ahmadinejad the first Mideast head of state to visit the country since its alleged liberation, but the very warm official welcome offered by the Iraqi government to the most vociferous critic of the United States speaks volumes to the abject failure of the Bush doctrine. March 4 2008. AP photo / Ahmad al-Rubaye
Getting ready for summer, a generator repairman at work in Baghdad, march 2008. Spring is in the air, and Iraqis' thoughts are turning to ... air conditioning. That means they're also thinking about the chronic electricity shortages that make the hot months unbearable for people who can't afford to run generators day and night.  (Saad Khalaf / LA Times)
Relatives mourn inside the house where the U.S. military killed an Iraqi couple and their teenage son in the village of Adwar, 15 kilometers (10 miles) south of Tikrit. Iraq, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008, after American soldiers stormed their one-room house and opened fire. Couples two daughters were wounded , one of them died later on. (AP Photo/Hameed Rasheed)
Iraqis mourn next to dead bodies during a funeral ceremony in the outskirts of the Sunni village of Al-Hajaj, outside Tikrit, 130 kilometers (80 miles) north of Baghdad, Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2008. 18 Iraqis were killed and 22 wounded when a suicide bomber with an explosive belt detonated himself inside a funeral tent, late Monday. (AP Photo/Bassem Daham)
Mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicles (MRAP), produced by Navistar International, are loaded onto an airplane at the Charleston Air Force Base in North Charleston, S.C. in this Nov. 28, 2007, file photo. The military is buying thousands of MRAPs to guard troops in Iraq and Afghanistan from deadly roadside bombs. These hulking machines _ at about $450,000 a pop _ rely on their heft and creative design to bull their way through blasts that can cripple Humvees. (AP Photos/Alice Keeney, File)
A veiled woman shops in a market in Basra, 550 km (342 miles) south of Baghdad, December 2, 2007. Women in Iraq's southern city of Basra are living in fear. More than 40 have been killed and their bodies dumped in the streets in the past five months for behaviour deemed un-Islamic, the city's police chief says. (Stringer/Reuter
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