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Iraq Conflict

Bearing Witness Timeline - 2 Dec 2009
Bearing Witness Timeline - 2 Dec 2009
BUSH
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January 03, 2003
U.S. President George W. Bush addresses U.S. Army soldiers and their
families at Fort Hood, Texas, January...
Fort Hood, USA
US PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH MAKES A POINT DURING SPEECH TO ARMY TROOPS IN
TEXAS.
U.S. President George W. Bush addresses U.S. Army soldiers and their
families at Fort Hood, Texas, January 3, 2003. Bush addressed the rising
tensions with North Korea and the possiblity of military action against
Iraq. Pictures of the month January 2003. Pictures of the Year 2003
REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell PP03110073 NKRA

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IRAQ UN INSPECTORS
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January 27, 2003
An aide is surrounded by delagates eager to get printed reports in the
U.N. Security Council after Chief...
New York, United States of America
AIDE DISTRIBUTES REPORT TO PRESS AT UNITED NATIONS.
An aide is surrounded by delagates eager to get printed reports in the
U.N. Security Council after Chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix and
Atomic Energy Agency head Mohamed ElBaradei delivered their reports on
Iraqi weapons of mass destruction to the Council, January 27, 2003 in
New York. Blix said that inspections by his chemical, biological and
ballistic investigation teams have found that the Iraqi arms
declaration does not resolve major outstanding arms issues. REUTERS/Ray
Stubblebine

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IRAQ POWELL
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February 05, 2003
A Jordanian wearing a traditional head dress listens to United States
Secretary of State Colin Powell...
Amman, Jordan
A JORDANIAN LISTENS TO TV BROADCAST AS US SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN
POWELL ADDRESSES UN.
A Jordanian wearing a traditional head dress listens to United States
Secretary of State Colin Powell addressing the United Nations Security
Council February 5, 2003. Powell told the council that the United
Nations risked irrelevance if it did not act in response to alleged
Iraqi violations of U.N. resolutions and that the United States had
witness accounts that Iraq had mobile bioweapons laboratories.

REUTERS/Ali Jarekji
BRITAIN
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February 15, 2003
Anti-war protesters gather in London at the start of a demonstration against war on Iraq, February 15,...
London, UK
Anti-war protesters gather in London at the start of a demonstration against war on Iraq, February 1.....
Anti-war protesters gather in London at the start of a demonstration against war on Iraq, February 15, 2003. Millions of people are expected to take to the streets of towns and cities across the globe on Saturday to demonstrate against a looming U.S.-led war on Iraq in the biggest protests since the Vietnam war.
BAGHDAD
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February 16, 2003
Iraqis soldiers march in the courtyard of the martyrs monument in Baghdad February 16, 2003. HIGH RESOLUTION...
Baghdad
Iraqis soldiers march in the courtyard of the martyrs monument in Baghdad.
Iraqis soldiers march in the courtyard of the martyrs monument in Baghdad February 16, 2003. HIGH RESOLUTION FILE REUTERS/Suhaib Salem REUTERS BOOKS ON THE ROAD BOOK SJS/SN
UNITED NATIONS
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March 07, 2003
The United Nations Security Council meets at U.N. headquarters in New York, March 7, 2003 to hear Dr....
New York, USA
The United Nations Security Council meets at U.N. headquarters in New York, March 7, 2003 to hear Dr.....
The United Nations Security Council meets at U.N. headquarters in New York, March 7, 2003 to hear Dr. Hans Blix, Executive Chairman of the United Nations Monitoring, Verification and Inpsection Commission (UNMOVIC) deliver a report on weapons inspection in Iraq. [Chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix said on Friday that Iraq would need months to disarm, even if it takes a proactive attitude toward the inspections mandated by the Security Council.]
IRAQ KUWAIT
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March 11, 2003
U.S. marines exercise between tents in Matilda camp in the northern Kuwait
near the border with Iraq...
Camp Matilda, Bosnia
U.S. MARINES EXERCISE BETWEEN TENTS CLOSE TO IRAQI BORDER.
U.S. marines exercise between tents in Matilda camp in the northern Kuwait
near the border with Iraq March 11, 2003. Pictures of the Year 2003
REUTERS/Damir Sagolj Pictures of the month March 2003

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IRAQ USA
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March 17, 2003
A photo of President George W. Bush is reflected from the Reuters
jumbotron onto the Army Recruting...
New York, United States of America
PRESIDENT BUSH ADDRESSES THE NATION ON TV.
A photo of President George W. Bush is reflected from the Reuters
jumbotron onto the Army Recruting Center in Times Square in New York
after the presidents address to the nation, March 17, 2003. Bush gave
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and his sons 48 hours to go into exile
or else face a U.S. led invasion. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

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IRAQ
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March 18, 2003
An Iraqi woman watches U.N. weapons inspectors leave Saddam airport in Baghdad March 18, 2003. Weapons...
Baghdad
AN IRAQI WOMAN WATCHES U.N. WEAPONS INSPECTORS LEAVE SADDAM AIRPORT IN BAGHDAD.
An Iraqi woman watches U.N. weapons inspectors leave Saddam airport in Baghdad March 18, 2003. Weapons inspectors left Iraq by plane on Tuesday after the United Nations told them to cut short their hunt for hidden weapons of mass destruction ahead of a likely U.S.-led invasion. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic Pictures of the Year 2003 PP04020111 FR05080005 GOT/WS
IRAQ
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March 20, 2003
Iraqi soldiers sit in front of sand bags in Baghdad March 20, 2003. U.S.
President George W. Bush unleashed...
Baghdad
IRAQI SOLDIERS SIT IN FRONT OF SAND BAGS IN BAGHDAD.
Iraqi soldiers sit in front of sand bags in Baghdad March 20, 2003. U.S.
President George W. Bush unleashed a war to topple Saddam Hussein on
Thursday with dawn air strikes on Baghdad but the Iraqi leader responded
defiantly, denouncing the "criminal little Bush". REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
Pictures of the Year 2003 PP04020111
GOT/WS
DBO09DR
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March 21, 2003
Marines of the U.S. Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) Fox Company "Raiders"
take cover from Iraqi fire...
Um Qasser
MARINES OF FOX COMPANY "RAIDERS" TAKE COVER IN SOUTHERN IRAQ.
Marines of the U.S. Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) Fox Company "Raiders"
take cover from Iraqi fire as British artillery rounds explode behind during
the early stage of the push into southern Iraq to take control of the main
port of Umm Qasr on March 21, 2003. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan PP03030040 /
PP03030041 Pictures of the month March 2003 PP04020111
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DBO02D
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March 21, 2003
A Marine of the U.S. Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) Fox Company 'Raiders'
replaces the Iraqi flag at...
Umm Qasr, Iraq - Republic of
U.S. MARINE PLACES STARS AND STRIPES AT IRAQ'S MAIN PORT OF UMM QASR.
A Marine of the U.S. Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) Fox Company 'Raiders'
replaces the Iraqi flag at the entrance to Iraq's main port of Umm Qasr on
March 21, 2003 with the Stars and Stripes and the flag of the Marine Corps.
REUTERS/Desmond Boylan Pictures of the Year 2003 PP04020111
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MIDEAST
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March 21, 2003
An explosion rocks Baghdad during air strikes March 21, 2003. U.S.-led
forces unleashed a devastating...
Baghdad
EXPLOSIONS IN BAGHDAD DURING AIR STRIKES.
An explosion rocks Baghdad during air strikes March 21, 2003. U.S.-led
forces unleashed a devastating blitz on Baghdad on Friday night, triggering
giant fireballs and deafening explosions and sending huge mushroom clouds
above the city centre. Missiles slammed into the main palace complex of
President Saddam Hussein on the bank of the Tigris River, and key government
buildings, in an onslaught that far exceeded strikes that launched the war
on Thursday, Reuters correspondents said. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic Pictures
of the month March 2003 Pictures of the year 2003 < GOT/JDP

MIDEAST
IRAQ BRITAIN
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March 22, 2003
The body of an Iraqi soldier lies wrapped in a blanket close to his trench
position following an assault...
Iraq
THE BODY OF AN IRAQI SOLDIER LIES WRAPPED IN A BLANKET CLOSE TO HIS
TRENCH POSITION IN SOUTHERN IRAQ....
The body of an Iraqi soldier lies wrapped in a blanket close to his trench
position following an assault by Britain's 29 Commando Regiment Royal
Artillery and 40 Commando Royal Marines on the Al-Faw Peninsula in southern
Iraq, March 22, 2003. Britain was dealt a second tragic blow in the Gulf War
on Saturday when two Royal Navy Sea King helicopters collided. Seven crew
members, including one American, were feared dead. PP03030044
REUTERS/Stephen Hird Pictures of the month March 2003 Pictures of the
year 2003 PP04020111
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IRAQ KUWAIT USA
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March 26, 2003
A US Army combat engineer tries to get a radio connection at a checkpoint
between the cities of Najaf...
Najaf, Iraq
US ARMY ENGINEER TRIES TO GET RADIO CONNECTION BETWEEN NAJAF AND
KARBALA.
A US Army combat engineer tries to get a radio connection at a checkpoint
between the cities of Najaf and Karbala as another sandstorm turns the
daylight orange for the second day on March 26, 2003. US Army forces around
Najaf have not only to struggle with Guerilla attacks from Iraqi militias
but also with the bad weather conditions. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach Pictures
of the month March 2003

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IRAQ
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March 26, 2003
An Iraqi man cries as he runs past a burning car destroyed during an air strike in Baghdad, March 26,...
Baghdad, Iraq
An Iraqi man cries as he runs past a burning car destroyed during an air strike in Baghdad, March 26.....
An Iraqi man cries as he runs past a burning car destroyed during an air strike in Baghdad, March 26, 2003. At least 15 burnt corpses lay in a popular residential area of Baghdad, apparently killed in a U.S.-led bombing or missile raid on the Iraqi capital on Wednesday, Reuters Television correspondents said. An Iraqi Information Ministry official said a strike on a busy market area had caused "many, many casualties".
BASRA
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March 29, 2003
An Iraqi girl holds her sister as she waits for her mother (R) to bring over food bought in Basra, March...
Basra, Iraq
An Iraqi girl holds her sister as she waits for her mother to bring over food bought in Basra.
An Iraqi girl holds her sister as she waits for her mother (R) to bring over food bought in Basra, March 29, 2003. HIGH RESOLUTION FILE REUTERS/Jerry Lampen REUTERS BOOKS ON THE ROAD BOOK JFL/SN
IRAQ
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March 29, 2003
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman HM1 Richard Barnett, assigned to the 1st Marine Division, holds an Iraqi...
Iraq
U.S. Marine holds Iraqi child after crossfire ripped apart family in central Iraq
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman HM1 Richard Barnett, assigned to the 1st Marine Division, holds an Iraqi child in central Iraq in this March 29, 2003 file photo. Confused front line crossfire ripped apart an Iraqi family after local soldiers appeared to force civilians towards positions held by U.S. Marines. March 20 marks the one year anniversary of the beginning of the U.S. led war against Iraq. The war started on March 20 Baghdad local time, March 19 Washington D.C. local time. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
IRAQ
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April 02, 2003
An Iraqi woman walks back home to the southern city of Basara as fires rage
in the distance April 3,...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
AN IRAQI WOMAN WALKS HOME TO THE SOUTHERN IRAQ CITY OF BASRA.
An Iraqi woman walks back home to the southern city of Basara as fires rage
in the distance April 3, 2003. British forces muscled into the outskirts of
Iraq's second city of Basra early on Thursday, capturing an industrial
estate where Iraqi militia had spearheaded fierce resistance. PP03040010
Pictures of the month April 2003. Pictures of the Year 2003
REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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IRAQ
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April 06, 2003
A British army officer has her handgun cocked as Iraqi civilians flee
fighting in Basra April 6, 2003....
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
BRITISH OFFICER HAS HANDGUN COCKED AS CIVILIANS FLEE BASRA.
A British army officer has her handgun cocked as Iraqi civilians flee
fighting in Basra April 6, 2003. After a two-week siege, British tanks shot
their way into the centre of Basra on Sunday in a bid to stamp out dogged
resistance in Iraq's second city from paramilitary fighters loyal to
President Saddam Hussein. PP03040015 Pictures of the month April 2003
REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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IRAQ
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April 05, 2003
Ali Ismail Abbas, 12, wounded during an airstrike according to hospital
sources, lies in a hospital bed...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI BOY WOUNDED IN AIRSTRIKE LIES IN A HOSPITAL IN BAGHDAD.
Ali Ismail Abbas, 12, wounded during an airstrike according to hospital
sources, lies in a hospital bed in Baghdad, April 6, 2003. Abbas was fast
asleep when war shattered his life. A missile obliterated his home and most
of his family, leaving him orphaned, badly burned and blowing off both his
arms. "It was midnight when the missile fell on us. My father, my mother and
my brother died. My mother was five months pregnant," the traumatised boy
told Reuters at Baghdad's Kindi hospital. "Our neighbours pulled me out and
brought me here. I was unconscious," he said on Sunday. PP03040046
Pictures of the month April 2003 REUTERS/Faleh Kheiber Pictures of
the Year 2003 PP04020111
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IRAQ USA MONUMENT
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April 09, 2003
U.S. Marines from Lima Company, a part of a 7-th Marine Regiment, walk
in front of the Martyrs Monument,...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
U.S. MARINES TAKE POSITION AT MARTYRS MONUMENT IN BAGHDAD.
U.S. Marines from Lima Company, a part of a 7-th Marine Regiment, walk
in front of the Martyrs Monument, during the operation of securing the
centre of Baghdad on April 9, 2003. Iraqis joyously welcomed U.S.
Marines driving through eastern Baghdad on Wednesday and looters moved
in as the remnants of Saddam Hussein's rule collapsed. Hundreds of
jubilant Iraqis cheered, danced, waved and threw flowers as Marines
advanced through eastern Baghdad and into the centre of Saddam's seat
of power. REUTERS/Oleg Popov

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IRAQ
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April 08, 2003
U.S. Marine Corp Assaultman Kirk Dalrymple watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
A U.S. MARINE WATCHES A STATUE OF PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN FALL IN
CENTRAL BAGHDAD.
U.S. Marine Corp Assaultman Kirk Dalrymple watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six
metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle. PP03040026 Pictures of the month April 2003 REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic Pictures of the Year 2003 PP04020111 AS/DMO
IRAQ KURDS BAGDAD
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April 09, 2003
Iraqi Kurds in Sulaimaniya take to the streets to celebrate as U.S. Marines
enter Baghdad on April 9,...
Sulaimaniya, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI KURDS IN SULAIMANIYA CELEBRATE ARRIVAL OF US MARINES IN BAGHDAD.
Iraqi Kurds in Sulaimaniya take to the streets to celebrate as U.S. Marines
enter Baghdad on April 9, 2003. U.S. troops swept into the heart of Baghdad
to an ecstatic welcome on Wednesday, as Saddam Hussein's 24-year rule
crumbled into chaos and looting. PP03040026 REUTERS/Nikola Solic NSO/
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IRAQ
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April 09, 2003
An Iraqi man holds up wood in the midst of goods looted from a goverment
building in Baghdad April 9,...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
AN IRAQI HOLDS UP WOOD IN TEH MIDST OF GOODS LOOTED FROM A GOVERNMENT
BUILDING IN BAGHDAD.
An Iraqi man holds up wood in the midst of goods looted from a goverment
building in Baghdad April 9, 2003. Iraqis joyously welcomed U.S. Marines
driving through eastern Baghdad on Wednesday and looters moved in as the
remnants of Saddam Hussein's rule collapsed. Hundreds of jubilant Iraqis
cheered, danced, waved and threw flowers as Marines advanced through eastern
Baghdad and into the centre of Saddam's seat of power. PP03040026
REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic GOT/FMS

IRAQ
IRAQ BAGHDAD
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April 14, 2003
US Marines kick in a door while securing a building next to the main
hospital in central Baghdad April...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
US MARINES KICK IN A DOOR WHILE SECURING A BUILDING NEXT TO THE MAIN
HOSPITAL IN CENTRAL BAGHDAD.
US Marines kick in a door while securing a building next to the main
hospital in central Baghdad April 15, 2003, which will be used as a
temporary Iraqi police headquarters. Thousands of guerrillas, including
Iraqis loyal to Saddam Hussein and foreign fighters, pose a threat to
U.S. troops and complicate efforts to bring stability to postwar Iraq,
defense officials said on Tuesday. "There are still hazards lingering
throughout the country of Iraq," Brig. Gen. Vincent Brooks told a
briefing in Qatar. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

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ATHENS
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April 20, 2003
Iraqi Shi'ite women make their way to the central city of Kerbala through a sand storm in the desert...
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Iraqi Shi'ite women make their way to the central city of Kerbala through a sand storm in the desert....
Iraqi Shi'ite women make their way to the central city of Kerbala through a sand storm in the desert April 20, 2003. HIGH RESOLUTION FILE REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis REUTERS BOOKS ON THE ROAD BOOK PP04100145 YB/SN
BUSH IRAQ
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May 01, 2003
President George W. Bush meets with crew members on the deck of the
aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln,...
Aboard The Uss Abraham Lincoln, United States of America
PRESIDENT BUSH MEETS TROOPS ON THE AIRCRAFT CARRIER ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
President George W. Bush meets with crew members on the deck of the
aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln, after landing there aboard an
S-3B Viking, as the carrier steamed toward San Diego, California, May
1, 2003. From the deck of the carrier, Bush was to address the nation
to say that all major combat in Iraq has ended. Bush will spend the
night on the carrier which is stopping off in San Diego before heading
for its home port in Everett, Washington. The Lincoln has been at sea
for nearly ten months. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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BAGHDAD
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May 07, 2003
An Iraqi woman holds her child onboard a carriage at Baghdad central railway station May 7, 2003, on...
Baghdad
An Iraqi woman holds her child onboard a carriage at Baghdad central railway station.
An Iraqi woman holds her child onboard a carriage at Baghdad central railway station May 7, 2003, on the first passenger train to leave Baghdad bound for Basra since the toppling of Saddam Hussein. HIGH RESOLUTION FILE REUTERS/Kieran Doherty REUTERS BOOKS ON THE ROAD BOOK PP04100145 KD/SN
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May 20, 2003
An Iraqi gunman who was shot by coalition soldiers after he threatened
joint police patrol with a rocket...
WOUNDED IRAQI GUNMAN IS TREATED BY BRITISH MILITARY POLICEMEN IN BASRA.
An Iraqi gunman who was shot by coalition soldiers after he threatened
joint police patrol with a rocket launcher is treated by British
miltary policemen in the Hayaniya neighbourhood of Basra May 20, 2003.
Finding criminals is not a problem for British and Iraqi police
patrolling the impoverished neighbourhoods - the problem is that there
are too many crimes to investigate and too many lawbrakers to arrest.
REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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IRAQ
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May 29, 2003
An Iraqi Dervish prays during a gathering outside their Tekiyah, a place of worship, in Baghdad, May...
AN IRAQI DERVISH PRAYS DURING GATHERING OUTSIDE THEIR TEKIYAH IN BAGHDAD.
An Iraqi Dervish prays during a gathering outside their Tekiyah, a place of worship, in Baghdad, May 29, 2003. Swaying gently at first, chanting in monotones, the Dervishes slowly build up to a frenzy of prayers. Dervishes are Sufis, a spiritual offshoot of Islam, who believe their bodies open up to the energy of God when they are in prayer. Pictures of the month May 2003 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Damir Sagolj PP05080023 JD/CRB
IRAQ
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June 27, 2003
The Iraq National Symphony Orchestra, the oldest in the Middle East and
conducted by Abdul Razzak Alazzawi,...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
THE IRAQ NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PERFORM IN BAGHDAD.
The Iraq National Symphony Orchestra, the oldest in the Middle East and
conducted by Abdul Razzak Alazzawi, performs in Baghdad June 27, 2003
for the first time since the end of the war. The orchestra played
Greig, Mommer, Mozart, Bizet and excerpts of Iraqi composer Al-Azzawi
during the concert which aims to be a first step in the return to
normal cultural activity in the city. REUTERS/Faleh Kheiber

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IRAQ
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July 13, 2003
Members of the newly formed Iraq Governing Council hold a press
conference under a large map of the...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI GOVERNING COUNCIL MEMBERS HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE IN BAGHDAD.
Members of the newly formed Iraq Governing Council hold a press
conference under a large map of the country at a Baghdad conference
hall July 13, 2003. A U.S.-backed 25-member Iraqi Governing Council
held its inaugural meeting Sunday, stressing the start of a new era by
abolishing national holidays that honored Saddam Hussein and creating a
new one to mark his downfall. From left to right are Sunni leader Samir
Shakir Mahmood Sumaidai, marsh Arab leader Abdul-Karim al-Mohammadawi,
Shi'ite leaders Adbul Aziz al Hakim and Mohammad Bahr al-Uloum, Kurdish
leader Jalal Talabani, Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmed Chalabi,
and academic Mowaffak al-Rubaie. REUTERS/Faleh Kheiber REUTERS

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August 02, 2003
Members of the family clan pray over the graves of toppled leader
Saddam Hussein's two sons Uday and...
CLAN MEMBERS PRAY OVER THE GRAVES OF UDAY AND QUSAY HUSSEIN IN THE
NORTHERN IRAQI TOWN OF OUJA.
Members of the family clan pray over the graves of toppled leader
Saddam Hussein's two sons Uday and Qusay, covered in Iraqi flags, in
the northern Iraq town of Ouja August 2, 2003. The sons were buried on
Saturday in a rushed funeral at a dusty cemetery, as U.S. soldiers
scoured the surrounding countryside and villages for the fugitive
dictator himself. REUTERS/Faleh Kheiber PP03080007

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IRAQ
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August 18, 2003
A U.S. soldier redirects people outside of the United Nation
headquarters in Baghdad August 19, 2003....
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
SOLDIER REDIRECTS PEOPLE OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED NATION HEADQUARTERS IN
BAGHDAD.
A U.S. soldier redirects people outside of the United Nation
headquarters in Baghdad August 19, 2003. A car bomb explosion tore
through the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad on Tuesday,
destroying part of the building, and witnesses said at least three
people were killed and dozens wounded. Two casualties were taken away
by helicopter and two others by truck, Reuters correspondents on the
scene said. Sirens wailed and a column of thick black smoke billowed
into the sky. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem Pictures of the year 2003
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IRAQ
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August 30, 2003
A burned-out car is removed from the front of the main Mosque in Najaf, August 30, 2003. Up to 87 people...
Najaf, Iraq
A burned-out car is removed from the front of the main Mosque in Najaf, August 30, 2003. Up to 87 pe.....
A burned-out car is removed from the front of the main Mosque in Najaf, August 30, 2003. Up to 87 people including, a top Shi'ite leader were killed in a car bomb attack outside a mosque in the Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim holy city of Najaf just after prayers on Friday.
RTR2ITU
September 04, 2003
Red Cross delegate attached to the Fourth Division of the U.S. Sherie
Mahle from Vineland, New Jersey,...
RED CROSS DELEGATE SWIMS IN INDOOR POOL IN SADDAM'S TIKRIT PALACE.
Red Cross delegate attached to the Fourth Division of the U.S. Sherie
Mahle from Vineland, New Jersey, swims in an indoor swimming pool in
one of Saddam Hussein's palaces in Tikrit, about 110 miles (180
kilometers) northwest of Baghdad September 4, 2003. The temperature has
not dropped below 40 degree celcius (104 farnheit) in Tikrit in the
last couple of months. REUTERS/Arko Datta REUTERS

AD/FMS
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September 10, 2003
A U.S. soldier keeps watch over an Iraqi man as his car is searched by other
U.S troops belonging to...
A U.S. SOLDIER KEEPS A WATCH OVER AN IRAQI MAN IN TIKRIT.
A U.S. soldier keeps watch over an Iraqi man as his car is searched by other
U.S troops belonging to the 1st Battalion (22nd regiment) of the fourth
Division in Tikrit, about 110 miles (180 kilometers) northwest of Baghdad
September 10, 2003. Security in Tikrit, the hometown of the ousted Iraqi
dictator Saddam Hussein, has been tightened on the eve of the second
anniversary of Septmeber 11. Pictures of the month September 2003
Reuters/Arko Datta PP03090103 AD/FMS

IRAQ
IRAQ USA MEMORIAL
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November 06, 2003
A row of U.S. Army helmets are perched on M-16 rifles during a memorial at
Al Asad air base November...
Al Asad
ROW OF HELMETS SIT ON M-16 RIFLES DURING MEMORIAL IN IRAQ FOR U.S.
ARMY HELICOPTER CRASH VICTIMS.
A row of U.S. Army helmets are perched on M-16 rifles during a memorial at
Al Asad air base November 6, 2003 for the 15 victims of a Chinook helicopter
which was shot down by insurgents on the weekend. Against a backdrop of 15
helmets resting on M-16 rifles, American soldiers on Thursday honoured their
comrades, victims of the single deadliest incident for U.S. forces sinces
they invaded Iraq. Pictures of the Month November 2003 REUTERS/Chris
Helgren PP03110073 IRQI Pictures of the year 2003
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NASSERIA
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November 12, 2003
A one-year-old Iraqi boy who lost one of his eyes during a bomb attack against an Italian police station...
Nasseria
IRAQI CHILD WHO LOST EYE IN BOMBING IN NASSIRIYA IS TREATED IN HOSPITAL. BAGHDAD NOVEMBER 12, 2003.
A one-year-old Iraqi boy who lost one of his eyes during a bomb attack against an Italian police station in Nassiriya, 300 km south of Baghdad, November 12, 2003. A car bomb ripped through an Italian military police base in the Iraqi town of Nassiriya Wednesday, killing at least 14 Italians and eight Iraqis in what appeared to be a fresh suicide attack. HIGH QUALITY FILE PP03110073 REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra ZB
IRAQ SOLDIER
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November 13, 2003
A soldier of U.S. Army's 4th Infantry Division (Task Force Ironhorse) searches through dense vegetation...
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A SOLDIER OF U.S. ARMY'S 4TH INFANTRY DIVISION SEARCHES THROUGH DENSE VEGETATION AROUND THE DIALA RIVER....
A soldier of U.S. Army's 4th Infantry Division (Task Force Ironhorse) searches through dense vegetation around the Diala river where Iraqi militants are hiding outside Baquba early November 13, 2003. U.S. troops raided several houses outside Baquba just before dawn looking for supporters of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein including an Iraqi man suspected of attacking coalition forces and being an executor for Saddam's regime. HIGH QUALITY FILE REUTERS/Damir Sagolj REUTERS BOOKS ON THE ROAD BOOK DS
IRAQ
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November 21, 2003
Followers of radical Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada Al Sadr chant under a
banner of his murdered uncle...
Baghdad
FOLLOWERS OF RADICAL IRAQI SHI'ITE CLERIC MOQTADA AL SADR CHANT UNDER A
BANNER IN BAGHDAD.
Followers of radical Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada Al Sadr chant under a
banner of his murdered uncle Mohammed Al Sadr (L) and grandfather
Mohammed Bakr Al Sadr (R) after Friday noon prayers in the Baghdad
suburb of Al Sadr city November 21, 2003. REUTERS/Ali Jasim

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IRAQ
RTXMCJS
December 15, 2003
Journalists stand beside the spider hole in which Saddam Hussein was hiding when he was captured by U.S....
Tikrit, Iraq
Journalists stand beside the spider hole in which Saddam Hussein was hiding when he was captured by .....
Journalists stand beside the spider hole in which Saddam Hussein was hiding when he was captured by U.S. troops on Saturday, during a media visit to the farm near Tikrit, December 15, 2003. Top members of Iraq's Governing Council said on Monday Saddam Hussein should be tried by Iraqis but that there should be some form of international involvement in the process. [Abdelaziz al-Hakim, president of the U.S.-appointed Council, cited the special tribunal set up by the Council last week as the proper court for a trial which many believe would lead to a death penalty.]
IRAQ
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December 31, 2003
Iraqis embrace each other as they watch a Baghdad restaurant blaze after it was destroyed in a bomb attack...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQIS WATCH RESTAURANT BLAZE AFTER BOMB ON NEW YEAR'S EVE IN BAGHDAD.
Iraqis embrace each other as they watch a Baghdad restaurant blaze after it was destroyed in a bomb attack on New Year's Eve December 31, 2003. A suspected suicide bombing devastated the restaurant crowded with New Year revellers on Wednesday, killing at least five people, Iraqi police said. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra CLH/CRB
IRAQ
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January 06, 2004
Armed Iraqi police rush into a crowd of protesting former soldiers in the southern Iraq city of Basra...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
ARMED IRAQI POLICE RUSH IN TO QUELL RIOT IN BASRA.
Armed Iraqi police rush into a crowd of protesting former soldiers in the southern Iraq city of Basra January 6, 2004. Iraqi police opened fire on soldiers of the former Iraqi army in Basra on Tuesday as they staged a protest demanding payment of salaries, witnesses said, in an incident which injured at least four people. REUTERS/Atef Hassan Pictures of the month January 2004 CLH/CRB
IRAQ
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January 18, 2004
An Iraqi man drives his damaged car home after recovering it from a blast scene outside the headquarters...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI MAN DRIVES HOME IN HIS DAMAGED CAR AFTER BLAST IN BAGHDAD.
An Iraqi man drives his damaged car home after recovering it from a blast scene outside the headquarters of the U.S. led administration in Baghdad January 18, 2004. A suicide bomber blew up his car outside the main U.S. headquarters in Baghdad on Sunday, killing 16 Iraqi civilians and two Defense Department staff in the deadliest attack in Baghdad since the capture of Saddam Hussein. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz CLH/ACM
BAGHDAD
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January 18, 2004
A U.S. Army soldier holds his pistol ready while checking vehicles after a blast outside the headquarters...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
U.S. ARMY SOLDIER HOLDS GUN READY AFTER BLAST IN BAGHDAD.
A U.S. Army soldier holds his pistol ready while checking vehicles after a blast outside the headquarters of the U.S. led administration in Baghdad January 18, 2004. Iraq's precarious security situation was highlighted by the suicide bomb blast on Sunday at the gates of the U.S.-led administration which killed at least 20 people. Picture taken January 18. REUTERS/Ali Jasim Pictures of the Year 2004 CLH/CRB/WS
ISKANDARIYA
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February 10, 2004
An Iraqi woman stands next to the bodies in front of the city morgue, following a suicide bomb attack...
Iskandariya, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI WOMAN STANDS NEXT TO BODIES OUTSIDE CITY MORGUE FOLLOWING SUICIDE BOMB ATTACK IN ISKANDARIYA.
An Iraqi woman stands next to the bodies in front of the city morgue, following a suicide bomb attack in the town of Iskandariya, Iraq February 10, 2004. About 50 people were killed and dozens wounded when a car bomb ripped through a police station south of Baghdad on Tuesday, witnesses and doctors said. Pictures of the Year 2004 REUTERS/Faleh Kheiber OP/GB
KERBALA
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February 23, 2004
Iraqi policemen guard the burning pipeline near the city of Kerbala, some 110 km south from the Iraqi...
Kerbala, Iraq
IRAQI POLICEMEN GUARD THE BURNING PIPELINE NEAR THE CITY OF KERBALA.
Iraqi policemen guard the burning pipeline near the city of Kerbala, some 110 km south from the Iraqi capital Baghdad on February 23, 2004. Oil infrastructure sabotage has been rare in Iraq's mostly Muslim Shi'ite south, but Iraq's main internal pipeline was on fire on Monday after coming under attack a few days ago near the Shi'ite holy city of Kerbala. Pictures of the Year 2004 REUTERS/Faleh Kheiber
WS
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March 02, 2004
Iraqis assist the injured at the scene of a blast March 2, 2004 after at least five explosions shook...
Kerbala, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQIS ASSIST THE INJURED AT SCENE OF A BLAST AFTER EXPLOSIONS IN KERBALA.
Iraqis assist the injured at the scene of a blast March 2, 2004 after at least five explosions shook the holy city of Kerbala. More than two million people were estimated to have been in Kerbala, packing the streets for the Ashura ceremony, one of the holiest Shi'ite ceremonies. REUTERS/Ali Jasim
IRAQ
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March 08, 2004
MOHAMMED BAHR AL-ULOUM, PRESIDENT OF THE IRAQI GOVERNING COUNCIL, SIGNS THE IRAQI INTERIM CONSTITUTION...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
MOHAMMED BAHR AL-ULOUM, PRESIDENT OF THE IRAQI GOVERNING COUNCIL, SIGNS THE IRAQI INTERIM CONSTITUTION...
MOHAMMED BAHR AL-ULOUM, PRESIDENT OF THE IRAQI GOVERNING COUNCIL, SIGNS THE IRAQI INTERIM CONSTITUTION IN BAGHDAD. Mohammed Bahr al-Uloum, President of the 25-member Council (R) signs the Iraqi interim constitution in Baghdad on March 8, 2004. Iraq's Governing Council signed an interim constitution Monday, a key step toward a planned handover of sovereignty by U.S.-led occupation forces to Iraqis on June 30. REUTERS/Peter Andrews
IRAQ
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March 12, 2004
The sons of slain guard Abu Rafid, who was killed at Baghdad's Sunni Muslim Muhammed Findi Al-Kubaisi...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
SONS OF SLAIN GUARD MOURN DURING FUNERAL AFTER MORNING ATTACK IN BAGHDAD.
The sons of slain guard Abu Rafid, who was killed at Baghdad's Sunni Muslim Muhammed Findi Al-Kubaisi mosque in a morning grenade attack, mourn during their father's funeral March 12, 2004. The mosque's Imam was earlier shot dead on Monday. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz CLH/JV
BASRA
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March 22, 2004
British Army troops are covered in flames from a petrol bomb thrown during a violent protest by job seekers,...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
BRITISH ARMY TROOPS ARE COVERED IN FLAMES DURING RIOT IN BASRA.
British Army troops are covered in flames from a petrol bomb thrown during a violent protest by job seekers, who say they were promised employment in the security services, in the southern Iraq city of Basra March 22, 2004. As the protest evolved into violence, demonstrators were heard to chant, "Yes yes to Yassin, no no to America, Britain and Israel" in response to the killing in Gaza of Hamas founder and spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin. REUTERS/Atef Pictures of the Year 2004Hassan CLH/ACM/CRB
IRAQ
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April 01, 2004
A badly wounded protester is carried away after clashes between jobless protesters and Iraqi police broke...
Basra
BADLY WOUNDED PROTESTER IS CARRIED AFTER CLASHES WITH POLICE IN BASRA.
A badly wounded protester is carried away after clashes between jobless protesters and Iraqi police broke out in the southern city of Basra April 1, 2004. REUTERS/Atef Hassan CLH/JV
BAGHDAD
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April 04, 2004
An Iraqi Shi'ite supporter of cleric Moqtada Al Sadr celebrates near a burning U.S. Army truck in the...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI SHI'ITE SUPPORTER OF CLERIC MOQTADA AL SADR CELEBRATES NEAR A BURNING U.S. ARMY TRUCK.
An Iraqi Shi'ite supporter of cleric Moqtada Al Sadr celebrates near a burning U.S. Army truck in the Shuala neighbourhood of Baghdad April 5, 2004. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz Pictures of the Year 2004 CLH/
IRAQ
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April 09, 2004
Shi'ite women pilgrims pray at the Holy Iraqi city of Kerbala's Imam Al Hussein mosque April 9, 2004...
Kerbala, Iraq - Republic of
SHI'ITE WOMEN PILGRIMS PRAY AT KERBALA'S IMAM AL HUSSEIN MOSQUE.
Shi'ite women pilgrims pray at the Holy Iraqi city of Kerbala's Imam Al Hussein mosque April 9, 2004 after arriving for Arbain, a religious occasion that climaxes this weekend to mark the end of the period of mourning for a 7th-century martyred Shi'ite saint. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz CLH/WS
IRAQ
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April 11, 2004
British Army troops attend to wounded comrades after their Land Rover was attacked by small arms fire,...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
BRITISH ARMY TROOPS ATTEND SCENE OF ATTACK ON LAND ROVER IN BASRA.
British Army troops attend to wounded comrades after their Land Rover was attacked by small arms fire, crashed into a taxi and flipped over in the southern city of Basra April 11, 2004. REUTERS/Atef Hassan CLH/ACM
IRAQ
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April 15, 2004
Members of the Mehdi Army, a paramilitary force supporting Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, keep...
Najaf, Iraq - Republic of
MEHDI ARMY FORCES OF SHI'ITE CLERIC MOQTADA AL SADR WATCH U.S. ARMY TROOP BUILDUP NEAR NAJAF.
Members of the Mehdi Army, a paramilitary force supporting Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, keep watch from a hill overlooking a brick factory housing U.S. forces near the Holy city of Najaf April 15, 2004. America's top general said talks were under way to try to bring peace to the embattled Sunni Muslim city of Falluja and to avoid a bloodbath in the Shi'ite shrine city of Najaf. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz CLH/
IRAQ
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April 30, 2004
A large Iraqwi flag is draped on a minaret as Iraqi worshippers wave weapons in the air while demanding...
Mosul, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI WORSHIPPERS WAVE WEAPONS WHILE DEMANDING TO KEEP CURRENT VERSION OF IRAQS FLAG IN MOSUL.
A large Iraqwi flag is draped on a minaret as Iraqi worshippers wave weapons in the air while demanding to keep the current version of the Iraqi national flag in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul April 30, 2004. REUTERS/Namir Noor-Eldeen AL/AA
IRAQ FALLUJA
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May 02, 2004
An Iraqi man cries by the grave of a relative who was killed during siege at a makeshift cemetary at...
Falluja, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI MAN CRIES BY GRAVE OF RELATIVE KILLED DURING SIEGE OF FALLUJA.
An Iraqi man cries by the grave of a relative who was killed during siege at a makeshift cemetary at a soccer field in Falluja May 2, 2004. As Iraqis in the Muslim Sunni city of Falluja mourn more than 780 killed, thousands who had fled a month of heavy fighting streamed back to their homes after U.S. Marines pulled back from their siege positions. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj DS/ACM
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