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IRAQ
RTRA8LX 
September 08, 2004 
A hand-out photograph released by Multi National forces in Iraq on September 8, 2004 shows Polish soldiers... 
Hilla 
Polish soldiers patrol in the southern Iraqi city of Hilla. 
A hand-out photograph released by Multi National forces in Iraq on September 8, 2004 shows Polish soldiers patrolling in the southern Iraqi city of Hilla. The Pentagon death toll in Iraq reached at least 1,002 Wednesday nearly 18 months after the U.S.-led invasion, as the brazen abduction of two Italian women aid workers in central Baghdad sparked a new hostage crisis. Editorial Use only REUTERS/HO/Sgt. Jose Hernandez OP/WS 
IRAQ
RTR2SD8 
September 10, 2003 
Hungarian soldiers return to their base in the central Iraq town of Al
Hilla after guarding a convoy... 
Al Hilla 
HUNGARIAN SOLDIERS RETURN TO CENTRAL IRAQ BASE AFTER GUARDING A CONVOY. 
Hungarian soldiers return to their base in the central Iraq town of Al
Hilla after guarding a convoy from the capital Baghdad September 10,
2003. Washington is seeking 15,000 more soldiers from other nations as
well as reconstruction funds to back its own commitment of 130,000
soldiers and billions of dollars in Iraq. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh

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IRAQ
RTR2SCW 
September 10, 2003 
Hungarian soldiers attend a religious sermon in their base in the
central Iraq town of Al Hilla September... 
Al Hilla 
HUNGARIAN SOLDIERS ATTEND SERMON IN THEIR IRAQI BASE. 
Hungarian soldiers attend a religious sermon in their base in the
central Iraq town of Al Hilla September 10, 2003. Washington is seeking
15,000 more soldiers from other nations as well as reconstruction funds
to back its own commitment of 130,000 soldiers and billions of dollars
in Iraq. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh

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RTR2OPC 
September 06, 2003 
Colonial Frank Wismer, Coalition Provisional Authority chaplain (R)
briefs U.S. Secretary of Defense... 
Baghdad 
US DEFENSE SECRETARY RUMSFELD VISITS BABYLON RUINS NEAR AL HILLAH IN
IRAQ. 
Colonial Frank Wismer, Coalition Provisional Authority chaplain (R)
briefs U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld (2nd L) at the Babylon
ruins on September 6, 2003 near Al Hillah in Iraq. Rumsfeld has been
visiting American forces in Iraq since last Friday. Sixty-seven
American and 11 British soldiers, plus hundreds of Iraqis, have been
killed in combat or crossfire since U.S. President Bush declared that
major combat was over, last May 1. Washington and London have so far
failed to substantiate claims Saddam had ties to al Qaeda, blamed for
the September 11 attacks, or find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq
that were the formal pretext for war. Rumsfeld REUTERS/HO/James M.
Bowman/U.S. Air Force

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IRAQ POLAND
RTR6ECQ 
July 18, 2003 
Polish troops patrol their new base in the Iraqi town of Al Hillah, 90
kilometres south of the capital... 
Al Hillah 
FILE PHOTO OF POLISH TROOPS IN IRAQI TOWN OF AL HILLAH. 
Polish troops patrol their new base in the Iraqi town of Al Hillah, 90
kilometres south of the capital Baghdad, in this July 18, 2003 file
photo. A Polish soldier was shot dead in Iraq on November 6, 2003,
becoming the country's first fatality since it sent troops to assist
its close ally, the United States. The soldier was shot in the neck
when unknown assailants fired on his convoy near Al Mussayib, a town
south of Baghdad. REUTERS/Katarina Kilian

CLH/CRB 
IRAQ
RTRNXF 
July 18, 2003 
Polish troops patrol their new base in the Iraqi town of Al Hillah, 90
kilometres south of the capital... 
Al Hillah, Iraq - Republic of 
POLISH TROOPS PATROL NEW BASE IN IRAQI TOWN OF AL HILLAH. 
Polish troops patrol their new base in the Iraqi town of Al Hillah, 90
kilometres south of the capital Baghdad July 18, 2003. About 30 Polish
troops have arrived to secure the new base in advance of a larger force
which is expected to deploy shortly. REUTERS/Katarina Kilian

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IRAQ
RTRLL0E 
April 09, 2003 
Young girls hold hands as they walk with their father down a street on
the outskirts of the town of... 
Al Hillah, Iraq - Republic of 
IRAQI FAMILY WALK DOWN A STREET ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF AL HILLAH. 
Young girls hold hands as they walk with their father down a street on
the outskirts of the town of Al Hillah south of Baghdad, April 9, 2003.
Die-hard Iraqi defenders and U.S. invaders are waging a bloody battle
of Baghdad in a war to oust President Saddam Hussein. REUTERS/Peter
Andrews

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IRAQ
RTRLL0A 
April 09, 2003 
An Iraqi family walk down a street on the outskirts of the town of Al
Hillah south of Baghdad April... 
Al Hillah, Iraq - Republic of 
IRAQI FAMILY WALK DOWN A STREET ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF AL HILLAH. 
An Iraqi family walk down a street on the outskirts of the town of Al
Hillah south of Baghdad April 9, 2003. Die-hard Iraqi defenders and
U.S. invaders are waging a bloody battle of Baghdad in a war to oust
President Saddam Hussein. REUTERS/Peter Andrews

PA/GB 
IRAQ
RTRLKZV 
April 09, 2003 
Iraqi men travelling in a pick-up truck drive past a tank from the 2nd
Battalion, 70 Armor near the... 
Al Hillah, Iraq - Republic of 
IRAQI MEN TRAVELLING IN PICK UP TRUCK DRIVE PAST A TANK NEAR AL HILLAH. 
Iraqi men travelling in a pick-up truck drive past a tank from the 2nd
Battalion, 70 Armor near the town of Al Hillah south of Baghdad, early
April 9, 2003. Die-hard Iraqi defenders and U.S. invaders are waging a
bloody battle of Baghdad in a war to oust President Saddam Hussein.
REUTERS/Peter Andrews

PA/GB 
IRAQ
RTRLKZG 
April 08, 2003 
Iraqi men and women watch as a column of tanks from the 2nd Battalion,
70 Armor pass over a bridge near... 
Al Hillah, Iraq - Republic of 
IRAQI MEN AND WOMEN WATCH AS COLUMN OF TANKS DRIVE OVER A BRIDGE NEAR
AL HILLAH. 
Iraqi men and women watch as a column of tanks from the 2nd Battalion,
70 Armor pass over a bridge near the town of Al Hillah south of Baghdad
on April 8, 2003. U.S. forces seeking to oust President Saddam Hussein
turned the streets of Baghdad into a battleground on Tuesday,
strengthening their grip on the Iraqi capital. REUTERS/Peter Andrews

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