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Search results for: Muqdadiyah-(City)

IRAQ/DIYALA
RTX85D9
July 26, 2008
A soldier from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment provides security, as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq...
MUQDADIYAH, Iraq
A soldier from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment provides security, as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq...
A soldier from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment provides security, as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq General David Petraeus, joins his unit for a patrol in Muqdadiyah, in the Diyala province July 26, 2008. Sunni Islamist al Qaeda has sought to stoke tensions in Iraq's ethnically and religiously mixed northern cities, such as Diyala and Mosul, after military campaigns pushed its militants out of former strongholds in western Anbar province and Baghdad. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)
IRAQ/DIYALA
RTX85D6
July 26, 2008
Soldiers from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment hold their weapons as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq,...
MUQDADIYAH, Iraq
Soldiers from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment hold their weapons as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq,...
Soldiers from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment hold their weapons as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, joins them for a patrol in Muqdadiyah, in the Diyala province July 26, 2008. Sunni Islamist al Qaeda has sought to stoke tensions in Iraq's ethnically and religiously mixed northern cities, such as Diyala and Mosul, after military campaigns pushed its militants out of former strongholds in western Anbar province and Baghdad. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)
IRAQ/DIYALA
RTX85D3
July 26, 2008
Soldiers from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment provide security as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq,...
MUQDADIYAH, Iraq
Soldiers provide security as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General Petraeus, walks with the Mayor of...
Soldiers from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment provide security as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus (L), walks with the Mayor of Muqdadiyah, Najim Abdullah al-Harbi in the Diyala province July 26, 2008. Sunni Islamist al Qaeda has sought to stoke tensions in Iraq's ethnically and religiously mixed northern cities, such as Diyala and Mosul, after military campaigns pushed its militants out of former strongholds in western Anbar province and Baghdad. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)
IRAQ/DIYALA
RTX85CZ
July 26, 2008
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, talks to Iraqi police and army commanders during...
MUQDADIYAH, Iraq
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General Petraeus, talks to Iraqi police and army commanders during a...
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, talks to Iraqi police and army commanders during a patrol with the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment in Muqdadiyah, in the Diyala province July 26, 2008. Sunni Islamist al Qaeda has sought to stoke tensions in Iraq's ethnically and religiously mixed northern cities, such as Diyala and Mosul, after military campaigns pushed its militants out of former strongholds in western Anbar province and Baghdad. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)
IRAQ/DIYALA
RTX85CW
July 26, 2008
Soldiers from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment hold their weapons as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq,...
MUQDADIYAH, Iraq
Soldiers from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment hold their weapons as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq,...
Soldiers from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment hold their weapons as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, joins them for a patrol in Muqdadiyah, in the Diyala province July 26, 2008. Sunni Islamist al Qaeda has sought to stoke tensions in Iraq's ethnically and religiously mixed northern cities, such as Diyala and Mosul, after military campaigns pushed its militants out of former strongholds in western Anbar province and Baghdad. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)
IRAQ/DIYALA
RTX85CT
July 26, 2008
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus (R), shares a laugh with the Mayor of Muqdadiyah...
MUQTADIYAH, Iraq
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General Petraeus, shares a laugh with the Mayor of Muqdadiyah and the...
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus (R), shares a laugh with the Mayor of Muqdadiyah Najim Abdullah al-Harbi and Iraqi Police Commander Brigadier General Muhammed, during a patrol with the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment in Muqdadiyah, in the Diyala province July 26, 2008. Sunni Islamist al Qaeda has sought to stoke tensions in Iraq's ethnically and religiously mixed northern cities, such as Diyala and Mosul, after military campaigns pushed its militants out of former strongholds in western Anbar province and Baghdad. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)
IRAQ/DIYALA
RTX85CM
July 26, 2008
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus (L), shakes hands with a soldier from the Second...
MUQDADIYAH, Iraq
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General Petraeus, shakes hands with a soldier from the Second Stryker...
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus (L), shakes hands with a soldier from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment as he gives him a coin in a base near Muqdadiyah, in the Diyala province July 26, 2008. Sunni Islamist al Qaeda has sought to stoke tensions in Iraq's ethnically and religiously mixed northern cities, such as Diyala and Mosul, after military campaigns pushed its militants out of former strongholds in western Anbar province and Baghdad. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)
IRAQ/DIYALA
RTX85CE
July 26, 2008
Soldiers from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment hold their weapons as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq,...
MUQDADIYAH, Iraq
Soldiers from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment hold their weapons as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq,...
Soldiers from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment hold their weapons as the top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, joins them for a patrol in Muqdadiyah, in the Diyala province July 26, 2008. Sunni Islamist al Qaeda has sought to stoke tensions in Iraq's ethnically and religiously mixed northern cities, such as Diyala and Mosul, after military campaigns pushed its militants out of former strongholds in western Anbar province and Baghdad. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)
IRAQ/DIYALA
RTX85C8
July 26, 2008
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus (R), stops for a fruit juice as he joins soldiers...
MUQTADIYAH, Iraq
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General Petraeus stops for a fruit juice as he joins soldiers from the...
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus (R), stops for a fruit juice as he joins soldiers from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment for a patrol in Muqdadiyah, in the Diyala province July 26, 2008. Sunni Islamist al Qaeda has sought to stoke tensions in Iraq's ethnically and religiously mixed northern cities, such as Diyala and Mosul, after military campaigns pushed its militants out of former strongholds in western Anbar province and Baghdad. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)
IRAQ/DIYALA
RTX85BW
July 26, 2008
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, smiles as he meets Iraqi police and army commanders...
MUQTADIYAH, Iraq
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General Petraeus, smiles as he meets Iraqi police and army commanders...
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, smiles as he meets Iraqi police and army commanders during a patrol with the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment in Muqdadiyah, in the Diyala province July 26, 2008. Sunni Islamist al Qaeda has sought to stoke tensions in Iraq's ethnically and religiously mixed northern cities, such as Diyala and Mosul, after military campaigns pushed its militants out of former strongholds in western Anbar province and Baghdad. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)
IRAQ/DIYALA
RTX85BT
July 26, 2008
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus (C), talks to a soldier from the Second Stryker...
MUQTADIYAH, Iraq
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General Petraeus talks to a soldier from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment...
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus (C), talks to a soldier from the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment as he joins the unit for a patrol in Muqdadiyah, in the Diyala province July 26, 2008. Sunni Islamist al Qaeda has sought to stoke tensions in Iraq's ethnically and religiously mixed northern cities, such as Diyala and Mosul, after military campaigns pushed its militants out of former strongholds in western Anbar province and Baghdad. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)
IRAQ/DIYALA
RTX85BK
July 26, 2008
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, listens to Iraqi police and army commanders during...
MUQTADIYAH, Iraq
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General Petraeus, listens to Iraqi police and army commanders during...
The top U.S. Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, listens to Iraqi police and army commanders during a patrol with the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment in Muqdadiyah, in the Diyala province July 26, 2008. Sunni Islamist al Qaeda has sought to stoke tensions in Iraq's ethnically and religiously mixed northern cities, such as Diyala and Mosul, after military campaigns pushed its militants out of former strongholds in western Anbar province and Baghdad. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)
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