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IRAQ-PROTESTS/MIGRATION
RTX83GSE
October 19, 2020
Mohammed al-Dahamat, brother of late civil society activist, Amjad al-Dahamat, speaks on the phone to...
Amarah, Iraq
Fearful and with spirits crushed, Iraqi activists flee abroad
Mohammed al-Dahamat, brother of late civil society activist, Amjad al-Dahamat, speaks on the phone to Hasanain Alminshid, who fled Amarah after receiving threats for participating in anti-government protests, in Amarah, Iraq October 12, 2020. Picture taken October 12, 2020. REUTERS/Charlotte Bruneau
IRAQ-PROTESTS/MIGRATION
RTX83GSC
October 19, 2020
Mohammed al-Dahamat, brother of late civil society activist, Amjad al-Dahamat, speaks on the phone to...
Amarah, Iraq
Fearful and with spirits crushed, Iraqi activists flee abroad
Mohammed al-Dahamat, brother of late civil society activist, Amjad al-Dahamat, speaks on the phone to Hasanain Alminshid, who fled Amarah after receiving threats for participating in anti-government protests, in Amarah, Iraq October 12, 2020. Picture taken October 12, 2020. REUTERS/Charlotte Bruneau
IRAQ-PROTESTS/MIGRATION
RTX83GSF
October 19, 2020
Sister of late civil society activist, Amjad al-Dahamat, who was killed after taking part in anti-government...
Amarah, Iraq
Fearful and with spirits crushed, Iraqi activists flee abroad
Sister of late civil society activist, Amjad al-Dahamat, who was killed after taking part in anti-government protest in Amarah, continues to mourn him almost a year after his death, in Amarah, Iraq October 12, 2020. Picture taken October 12, 2020. REUTERS/Charlotte Bruneau
IRAQ-PROTESTS/MIGRATION
RTX83GSD
October 19, 2020
Family of late civil society activist, Amjad al-Dahamat, who was killed after taking part in anti-government...
Amarah, Iraq
Fearful and with spirits crushed, Iraqi activists flee abroad
Family of late civil society activist, Amjad al-Dahamat, who was killed after taking part in anti-government protest in Amarah, continue to mourn him almost a year after his death, in Amarah, Iraq October 12, 2020. Picture taken October 12, 2020. REUTERS/Charlotte Bruneau
IRAQ ELECTIONS
RTR1AWV6
December 13, 2005
British soldiers and policemen unload a military plane at an airbase outside Al Amarah in British patrolled...
Al Amarah
British soldiers and policemen unload military plane at airbase outside Al Amarah in British patrolled...
British soldiers and policemen unload a military plane at an airbase outside Al Amarah in British patrolled southern Iraq December 13, 2005. In Iraq's southern city of Basra, fear of militia violence is clouding the run-up to Thursday's parliamentary election, with some candidates too scared even to reveal their identity. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
IRAQ ELECTIONS
RTR1AW9H
December 13, 2005
A British soldier is reflected in the mirror of his armoured vehicle as he arrives to a base outside...
Al Amarah
British soldier is reflected in mirror of his armoured vehicle as he arrives to a base outside Al Amarah...
A British soldier is reflected in the mirror of his armoured vehicle as he arrives to a base outside Al Amarah in British patrolled southern Iraq December 13, 2005. In Iraq's southern city of Basra, fear of militia violence is clouding the run-up to Thursday's parliamentary election, with some candidates too scared even to reveal their identity. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
IRAQ
RTRPXPW
June 29, 2003
A column of British armoured vehicles roll down the road in Amarah, 350
km southeast of Baghdad June...
Amarah, Iraq - Republic of
A COLUMN OF BRITISH ARMOURED VEHICLES ROLL DOWN THE ROAD IN AMARAH.
A column of British armoured vehicles roll down the road in Amarah, 350
km southeast of Baghdad June 29, 2003.. As British forces returned to
the town where gunmen killed six British soldiers last week, U.S.
forces launched an operation to crack down on armed resistance in areas
north of Baghdad, where Saddam Hussein once enjoyed wide support.
REUTERS/Faleh Kheiber

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BRITAIN
RTXM2MU
June 27, 2003
Royal Military Police march into Chichester Cathedral for the 200th anniversary of the Roussillon Barracks...
Chichester, UK
Royal Military Police march into Chichester Cathedral for the 200th anniversary of the Roussillon Ba.....
Royal Military Police march into Chichester Cathedral for the 200th anniversary of the Roussillon Barracks in Chichester June 27 2003. As well as attending the anniversary service, friends and colleagues also gathered to remember the six members of the Royal Military Police who trained at the Roussillon Barracks who were shot and killed near the city of [Al Amarah in eastern Iraq] on Tuesday.
BRITAIN SOLDIERS
RTR156O4
June 27, 2003
Royal Military Police march into Chichester Cathedral for the 200th
anniversary of the Roussillon Barracks...
Chichester, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ROYAL MILITARY POLICE ARRIVE AT CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL FOR THE ROUSILLON
BARRACKS ANNIVERSARY.
Royal Military Police march into Chichester Cathedral for the 200th
anniversary of the Roussillon Barracks in Chichester June 27 2003.
Friends and colleagues gathered at the cathedral on Friday to remember
the six members of the Royal Military Police who trained at the
Roussillon Barracks who were shot and killed near the city of Al Amarah
in eastern Iraq on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/MD
BRITAIN SOLDIERS
RTR140SV
June 27, 2003
Royal Military Police march into Chichester Cathedral for the 200th
anniversary of the Roussillon Barracks...
Chichester, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ROYAL MILITARY POLICE ARRIVE AT CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL FOR THE ROUSILLON
BARRACKS ANNIVERSARY.
Royal Military Police march into Chichester Cathedral for the 200th
anniversary of the Roussillon Barracks in Chichester June 27 2003. As
well as attending the anniversary service, friends and colleagues also
gathered to remember the six members of the Royal Military Police who
trained at the Roussillon Barracks who were shot and killed near the
city of Al Amarah in eastern Iraq on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/MD/JV
BRITAIN SOLDIERS
RTRPV9E
June 27, 2003
Royal Military Police march outside Chichester Cathedral for the 200th
anniversary of the Roussillon...
Chichester, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ROYAL MILITARY POLICE MARCH OUTSIDE CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL FOR THE
ROUSILLON BARRACKS ANNIVERSARY.
Royal Military Police march outside Chichester Cathedral for the 200th
anniversary of the Roussillon Barracks in Chichester June 27 2003. Friends
and colleagues gathered at the cathedral on Friday to remember the six
members of the Royal Military Police who trained at the Roussillon Barracks
who were shot and killed near the city of Al Amarah in eastern Iraq on
Tuesday. Pictures of the month June 2003 REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

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BRITAIN SOLDIERS
RTRPV8J
June 27, 2003
Royal Military Police march into Chichester Cathedral for the 200th
anniversary of the Roussillon Barracks...
Chichester, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ROYAL MILITARY POLICE ARRIVE AT CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL FOR THE ROUSILLON
BARRACKS ANNIVERSARY.
Royal Military Police march into Chichester Cathedral for the 200th
anniversary of the Roussillon Barracks in Chichester June 27 2003. As
well as attending the anniversary service, friends and colleagues also
gathered to remember the six members of the Royal Military Police who
trained at the Roussillon Barracks who were shot and killed near the
city of Al Amarah in eastern Iraq on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/MD/JV
BRITAIN SOLDIERS
RTRPV89
June 27, 2003
Royal Military Police march into Chichester Cathedral for the 200th
anniversary of the Roussillon Barracks...
Chichester, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ROYAL MILITARY POLICE ARRIVE AT CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL FOR THE ROUSILLON
BARRACKS ANNIVERSARY.
Royal Military Police march into Chichester Cathedral for the 200th
anniversary of the Roussillon Barracks in Chichester June 27 2003. As
well as attending the anniversary service, friends and colleagues also
gathered to remember the six members of the Royal Military Police who
trained at the Roussillon Barracks who were shot and killed near the
city of Al Amarah in eastern Iraq on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/MD/JV
BRITAIN SOLDIERS
RTRPV80
June 27, 2003
A veteran of the Royal Military Police arrives at Chichester Cathedral
for the 200th anniversary of...
Chichester, United Kingdom of Great Britain
A VETERAN OF THE ROYAL MILITARY POLICE ARRIVES AT CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL.
A veteran of the Royal Military Police arrives at Chichester Cathedral
for the 200th anniversary of the Roussillon Barracks June 27 2003. As
well as attending the anniversary service, friends and colleagues also
gathered to remember the six members of the Royal Military Police who
trained at the Roussillon Barracks who were shot and killed near the
city of Al Amarah in eastern Iraq on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/MD/JV
IRAQ BRITAIN MILITARY
RTRPU52
June 26, 2003
Flowers are placed by Corporal Mark Brown of 156 Provost Company at the
memorial set-up at the military...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
SOLDIER PLACES FLOWERS AT MEMORIAL DEDICTED TO BRITISH TROOPS KILLED IN
IRAQ.
Flowers are placed by Corporal Mark Brown of 156 Provost Company at the
memorial set-up at the military police station garden, in Colchester,
south east England in tribute to six of his colleagues killed in Iraq,
June 26, 2003. In the worst single death toll since the first days of
the Iraq war, six British soldiers were killed and eight wounded in two
separate incidents near the city of Al Amarah in eastern Iraq on
Tuesday. REUTERS/Nick Strugnell/POOL

MD
IRAQ BRITAIN MILITARY
RTRPU4K
June 26, 2003
A written tribute lies placed amongst flowers in a memorial set-up at a
military police station garden,...
Colchester, United Kingdom of Great Britain
A WRITTEN TRIBUTE LIES PLACED AMONG FLOWERS IN MEMORIAL DEDICTED TO
BRITISH TROOPS KILLED IN IRAQ.
A written tribute lies placed amongst flowers in a memorial set-up at a
military police station garden, in Colchester, south east England in
tribute to six British soldiers killed in Iraq, June 26, 2003. In the
worst single death toll since the first days of the Iraq war, six
British soldiers were killed and eight wounded in two separate
incidents near the city of Al Amarah in eastern Iraq on Tuesday.
REUTERS/Nick Strugnell/POOL

MD
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRPU4F
June 26, 2003
British soldiers wearing their combat helmets June 26, 2003 patrol in
Amarah, 350 km southeast of Baghdad....
Amarah, Iraq - Republic of
BRITISH SOLDIERS PATROL IN AMARAH.
British soldiers wearing their combat helmets June 26, 2003 patrol in
Amarah, 350 km southeast of Baghdad. Violence in which six British
soldiers were killed and eight injured this week stemmed from a
"misunderstanding" between troops and locals over weapons searches, the
British military said on Thursday. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti

RS/AA
IRAQ
RTRPU4A
June 26, 2003
British soldiers wearing their combat helmets and flack jackets patrol
in Amarah, 420 km southeast of...
Amarah, Iraq - Republic of
BRITISH SOLDIERS WEARING THEIR COMBAT HELMETS AND FLACK JACKETS PATROL
IN AMARAH.
British soldiers wearing their combat helmets and flack jackets patrol
in Amarah, 420 km southeast of Baghdad June 26, 2003. Leaders of Majjar
village, near Amarah, where six British soldiers were killed said on
Thursday they would not hand over the pepetrators. Local officials said
they could not identify who carried out the killings in a chaotic
gunbattle on Tuesday and any attempt to arrest suspects would outrage
residents, who accuse the British of killing at least four Iraqis.
REUTERS/Radu Sigheti

RS/
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRPTSV
June 26, 2003
British soldiers wearing their combat helmets June 26, 2003 patrol in
Amarah, 350 km southeast of Baghdad....
Amarah, Iraq - Republic of
BRITISH SOLDIERS PATROL IN AMARAH.
British soldiers wearing their combat helmets June 26, 2003 patrol in
Amarah, 350 km southeast of Baghdad. Violence in which six British
soldiers were killed and eight injured this week stemmed from a
"misunderstanding" between troops and locals over weapons searches, the
British military said on Thursday. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti

RS/AA
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRPTSI
June 26, 2003
A British soldier wearing the combat helmet looks out from the back of
a military truck June 26, 2003...
Amarah, Iraq - Republic of
BRITISH SOLDIERS WAERING COMBAT HELMETS PATROL IN AMARAH.
A British soldier wearing the combat helmet looks out from the back of
a military truck June 26, 2003 during a patrol in Amarah, 350 km
southeast of Baghdad. Violence in which six British soldiers were
killed and eight injured this week stemmed from a "misunderstanding"
between troops and locals over weapons searches, the British military
said on Thursday. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti

RS/AA
IRAQ BRITAIN MILITARY
RTRPSHU
June 25, 2003
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Downing Street, London, for
Question Time at the Houses of...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR LEAVES DOWNING STREET LONDON.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Downing Street, London, for
Question Time at the Houses of Parliament, June 25 2003. In the worst
single death toll since the first days of the Iraq war, six British
soldiers were killed and eight wounded in two separate incidents near
the city of Al Amarah in eastern Iraq on June 24. Toby
Melville/REUTERS

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IRAQ
RTRPRQ1
June 25, 2003
British army soldiers guard the entrance of their British army base
June 25, 2003 near the town of Amarah,...
Amarah, Iraq - Republic of
BRITISH SOLDIERS GUARD THE ENTRANCE TO THEIR BASE NEAR THE TOWN OF
AMARAH, SOUTHERN IRAQ.
British army soldiers guard the entrance of their British army base
June 25, 2003 near the town of Amarah, in southern Iraq. Six British
soldiers killed on Tuesday were shot dead by Iraqi civilians angry at
intrusive searches for weapons in a conservative ShiAEite Muslim town
in southern Iraq, residents said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Aladin Abdel
Naby

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IRAQ
RTRPRO4
June 25, 2003
An Iraqi man collects debris from the courtyard of a police station at
Majjar near the city of Amarah,...
Majjar, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI COLLECTS DEBRIS FROM COURTYARD OF POLICE STATION WHERE BRITISH
SOLDIERS KILLED.
An Iraqi man collects debris from the courtyard of a police station at
Majjar near the city of Amarah, 350 km (210 miles) southeast of Baghdad June
25, 2003, where six British soldiers were killed in a fire fight yesterday.
Six British troops were killed and eight wounded in Iraq in the worst single
death toll sustained by British and U.S. forces since March 23, three days
after they went to war to topple Saddam Hussein. PP03060070
REUTERS/Aladin Abdel Naby

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IRAQ
RTRPRNZ
June 25, 2003
Iraqi's standing on a bridge look at British army vehicle June 25, 2003
that was damaged and burnt after...
Amarah, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI'S LOOK AT BURNT OUT BRITISH ARMY VEHICLE IN AMARAH.
Iraqi's standing on a bridge look at British army vehicle June 25, 2003
that was damaged and burnt after trounble erupted yesterday in Amarah,
some 200 km (120 miles) north of Iraq's British-controlled second city,
Basra. Six British troops were killed and eight were wounded in Iraq on
Tuesday in the worst single death toll sustained by U.S. and British
forces since March 23, three days after they went to war to topple
Saddam Hussein. REUTERS / Aladin Abdel Naby

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IRAQ
RTRPRM5
June 25, 2003
Iraqi's standing on a bridge look at British army vehicle June 25, 2003 that
was damaged and burnt after...
Amarah, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI'S LOOK AT BURNT OUT BRITISH ARMY VEHICLE IN AMARAH.
Iraqi's standing on a bridge look at British army vehicle June 25, 2003 that
was damaged and burnt after trounble erupted yesterday in Amarah, some 200
km (120 miles) north of Iraq's British-controlled second city, Basra. Six
British troops were killed and eight were wounded in Iraq on Tuesday in the
worst single death toll sustained by U.S. and British forces since March 23,
three days after they went to war to topple Saddam Hussein. PP03060070
REUTERS / Aladin Abdel Naby

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IRAQ
RTRPRLJ
June 25, 2003
An Iraqi man collects debris from the courtyard of a police station at
Majjar near the city of Amarah,...
Majjar, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI COLLECTS DEBRIS FROM COURTYARD OF POLICE STATION WHERE BRITISH
SOLDIERS KILLED.
An Iraqi man collects debris from the courtyard of a police station at
Majjar near the city of Amarah, some 200 km (120 miles) south of
Baghdad June 25, 2003, where six British soldiers were killed in a fire
fight yesterday. Six British troops were killed and eight wounded in
Iraq in the worst single death toll sustained by British and U.S.
forces since March 23, three days after they went to war to topple
Saddam Hussein. REUTERS/Aladin Abdel Naby

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