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SYRIA
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October 30, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 28OCT05 - Journalists look across the Syrian-Iraqi border at Abu Kamal about 600 km (373...
Abu Kamal, Syria
- PHOTO TAKEN 28OCT05 - Journalists look across the Syrian-Iraqi border at Abu Kamal about 600 km (3.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 28OCT05 - Journalists look across the Syrian-Iraqi border at Abu Kamal about 600 km (373 miles) northwest of Damascus October 28, 2005. [The U.S.] has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of their border with Iraq, [allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq.] Picture taken October 28, 2005.
SYRIA
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October 30, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 28OCT05 - Syrian border officials stand guard at the Syrian-Iraqi border at Abu Kamal about...
Abu Kamal, Syria
- PHOTO TAKEN 28OCT05 - Syrian border officials stand guard at the Syrian-Iraqi border at Abu Kamal .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 28OCT05 - Syrian border officials stand guard at the Syrian-Iraqi border at Abu Kamal about 600 km (373 miles) northwest of Damascus October 28, 2005. The U.S. has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of their border with Iraq, allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. Picture taken October 28, 2005.
SYRIA IRAQ
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October 28, 2005
U.S. marines on the Iraqi side of the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, October 28, 2005, about 600 km...
Abu Kamal, Syria
U.S. marines on the Iraqi side of the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal
U.S. marines on the Iraqi side of the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, October 28, 2005, about 600 km (373 miles) northwest of Damascus. The U.S. has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of their border with Iraq, allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. REUTERS / Khaled al-Hariri
SYRIA IRAQ
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October 28, 2005
A Syrian border soldier stands guard at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, October 28, 2005, about...
Abu Kamal, Syria
Syrian border troops guard the Syrian-Iraqi border
A Syrian border soldier stands guard at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, October 28, 2005, about 600 km (373 miles) northwest of Damascus. The U.S. has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of their border with Iraq, allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri
SYRIA IRAQ
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October 28, 2005
A Syrian border policeman looks at the Iraqi border from Syria's Abu Kamal, October 28, 2005, about 600...
Abu Kamal, Syria
Syrian border policeman looks at the Iraqi border from Syria's Abu Kamal
A Syrian border policeman looks at the Iraqi border from Syria's Abu Kamal, October 28, 2005, about 600 km (373 miles) northwest of Damascus. The U.S. has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of their border with Iraq, allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. REUTERS / Khaled al-Hariri
SYRIA IRAQ
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October 28, 2005
Iraqis speak with Syrian journalists at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, October 28, 2005, about...
Abu Kamal, Syria
Iraqis speak with Syrian journalists at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal
Iraqis speak with Syrian journalists at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, October 28, 2005, about 600 km (373 miles) northwest of Damascus. The U.S. has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of their border with Iraq, allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. REUTERS / Khaled al-Hariri
MIDEAST
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November 15, 2004
Palestinian security guards mourn during funeral of their colleague Kamal Abu Kenas in Gaza November...
Gaza Strip
Palestinian security guards mourn the death of their colleague Kamal Abu Kenas during his funeral in...
Palestinian security guards mourn during funeral of their colleague Kamal Abu Kenas in Gaza November 15, 2004. Abu Kenas was killed on Sunday after Palestinian militants burst into a Gaza City mourning tent set up for Yasser Arafat and fired shots in protest at the presence of his moderate successor Mahmoud Abbas, but he was unhurt, witnesses said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem MS/GB
MIDEAST
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November 15, 2004
Palestinian security guards carry the body of their colleague Kamal Abu Kenas, during his funeral in...
Gaza Strip
Palestinian security guards carry the body of their colleague Kamal Abu Kenas during his funeral in Gaza....
Palestinian security guards carry the body of their colleague Kamal Abu Kenas, during his funeral in Gaza November 15, 2004. Abu Kenas was killed on Sunday after Palestinian militants burst into a Gaza City mourning tent set up for Yasser Arafat on Sunday and fired shots in protest at the presence of his moderate successor Mahmoud Abbas who was unhurt. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem MS/WS
SYRIA-U.S-IRAQ
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November 07, 2004
An Iraqi truck driver prays at the Syrian Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, November 6,2004, about 600 km (...
Abu Kamal, Syria
An Iraqi truck driver prays at the Syrian - Iraqi border of Abu Kamal.
An Iraqi truck driver prays at the Syrian Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, November 6,2004, about 600 km ( 373 miles) northwest the Syrian capital. American troops closed the border gate from the Iraqi side on Thursday. The U.S. has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of the borders with Iraq that is allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. REUTERS / Khaled al-Hariri Kh/DL
SYRIA-U.S-IRAQ
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November 06, 2004
A Syrian security border officer stands at the sand barrier that separates Syrian and Iraqi borders of...
Abu Kamal, Syria
A Syrian security border officer stands at the sand barrier that separates Syrian and Iraqi borders.
A Syrian security border officer stands at the sand barrier that separates Syrian and Iraqi borders of Abu Kamal about 600 km ( 373 miles) Northwest Damascus, November 6, 2004. Syria said that it is reinforcing security along its borders with Iraq to stop illegal border crossing.The United States has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of the borders with Iraq that is allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. REUTERS / Khaled al-Hariri Kh/acm
SYRIA IRAQ USA
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November 06, 2004
A Syrian security officer stands at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal on November 6, 2004, about 600...
Abu Kamal, Syria
A Syrian security officer stands at the Syrian-Iraqi border at Abu Kamal.
A Syrian security officer stands at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal on November 6, 2004, about 600 km ( 73 miles) northwest of Damascus, while four American troops watch movements from across the border. American troops closed the border gate from the Iraqi side on Thursday, Syrian officials said. The United States has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of the border with Iraq, allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. Picture taken November 6, 2004. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri KH/GB
SYRIA-U.S-IRAQ
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November 06, 2004
Iraqi children stand behind a van at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal November 6,2004. American troops...
Abu Kamal, Syria
Iraqi children stand behind a van at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal.
Iraqi children stand behind a van at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal November 6,2004. American troops closed the border gate from the Iraqi side on Thursday, Syrian officials said.The United States has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of the borders with Iraq that is allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. Picture taken November 6, 2004.REUTERS / Khaled al-Hariri Kh/acm
SYRIA-U.S-IRAQ
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November 06, 2004
A Syrian border official at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, November 6, 2004, about 600 km ( 373...
Abu Kamal, Syria
A Senior Syrian border official at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal.
A Syrian border official at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, November 6, 2004, about 600 km ( 373 miles) northwest of the Syrian capital, looks at American troops on patrol on the Iraqi side. The Arabic script (L) reads "Welcome to Iraq". American troops closed the border gate from the Iraqi side on Thursday, Syrian officials said.The United States has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of the borders with Iraq that is allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. REUTERS / Khaled al-Hariri Kh/DL
SYRIA-U.S-IRAQ
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November 06, 2004
Syrian security border officer stands at the sand barrier that separates Syrian and Iraqi borders of...
Abu Kamal, Syria
Syrian security border officer stands at the sand barrier that separates Syrian and Iraqi borders of...
Syrian security border officer stands at the sand barrier that separates Syrian and Iraqi borders of Abu Kamal. A Syrian security border officer stands at the sand barrier that separates Syrian and Iraqi borders of Abu Kamal about 600 km Northwest Damas, November 6, 2004. Syria said that it is reinforcing security along its borders with Iraq to stop illegal border crossing.The United States has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of the borders with Iraq that is allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. REUTERS / Khaled al-Hariri
SYRIA IRAQ
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November 06, 2004
Iraqi men wait at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, November 6, 2004, about 600 km ( 373 miles) northwest...
Abu Kamal, Syria
Iraqi men wait at the Syrian/Iraqi border of Abu Kamal.
Iraqi men wait at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, November 6, 2004, about 600 km ( 373 miles) northwest of the Syrian capital, as American troops closed the border gate from the Iraqi side on Thursday. The U.S. has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of the borders with Iraq that is allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. Picture taken November 6, 2004. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri Kh/DL
SYRIA IRAQ
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November 06, 2004
Iraqi men wait at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, November 6, 2004, about 600 km ( 373 miles) northwest...
Abu Kamal, Syria
Iraqi men wait at the Syrian/Iraqi border of Abu Kamal.
Iraqi men wait at the Syrian-Iraqi border of Abu Kamal, November 6, 2004, about 600 km ( 373 miles) northwest of the Syrian capital, as American troops closed the border gate from the Iraqi side on Thursday. The U.S. has accused Damascus of not doing enough to control its side of the borders with Iraq that is allowing foreign fighters to enter Iraq. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri Kh/DL
KAMAL
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February 24, 1997
Undated file photo shows Palestinian Ali Abu Kamal who fired on tourists and killed himself at New York...
Undated file photo shows Palestinian Ali Abu Kamal who fired on tourists and killed himself at New Y.....
Undated file photo shows Palestinian Ali Abu Kamal who fired on tourists and killed himself at New York City?s Empire State Building February 23. Kamal travelled from Gaza Strip to United States last December seeking a financier for a new investment company. Fathiya Abu Kamal, widow of Kamal, said in Gaza February 24 that personal despair rather than politics was behind the shooting.
KAMAL
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February 24, 1997
Two unidentified family members of Ali Abu Kamal, the Palestinian man who fired on tourists and killed...
Two unidentified family members of Ali Abu Kamal, the Palestinian man who fired on tourists and kill.....
Two unidentified family members of Ali Abu Kamal, the Palestinian man who fired on tourists and killed himself on the observation deck of New York City's Empire State Building on Sunday, hold a portrait of him in Gaza Strip February 24. Abu Kamal travelled from Gaza Strip to the United States last December seeking a financier for a new investment company, and was cheated out of his life savings of about half a million dollars according to his widow Fathiya.
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