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MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-PROTEST
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March 04, 2016 
Supporters of prominent Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr shout slogans during a protest against government... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Supporters of prominent Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr shout slogans during a protest against government... 
Supporters of prominent Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr shout slogans during a protest against government corruption outside the Green Zone in Baghdad, Iraq March 4, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad 
TURKEY-SYRIA/REFUGEES
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March 14, 2012 
Mohammad, a 35-year old Syrian refugee, stands outside the Reyhanli refugee camp in Hatay province on... 
Hatay, Turkey 
A Syrian refugee stands outside the Reyhanli refugee camp in Hatay province on the Turkish-Syrian border... 
Mohammad, a 35-year old Syrian refugee, stands outside the Reyhanli refugee camp in Hatay province on the Turkish-Syrian border March 13, 2012. There are some 13,000 registered Syrian refugees now living in tented camps in Hatay with an estimated 2,000 more unregistered people staying with relatives and friends in surrounding villages and towns. The United Nations said on Tuesday an estimated 30,000 refugees have fled Syria since the start of the conflict a year ago, while hundreds of thousands are thought to be displaced within Syria. Turkey fears a surge of refugees, similar to the tens of thousands who crossed from Iraq during the 1991 Gulf War. Ankara has signalled a tide of refugees is one of the factors that could trigger efforts to establish a "safe zone" on the Syrian side of the border. Picture taken March 13, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathon Burch (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT) 
JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS
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December 15, 2010 
Workers load boxes of powdered milk onto a truck at the factory of Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad... 
Amman, Jordan 
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Workers load boxes of powdered milk onto a truck at the factory of Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad in the duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman December 12, 2010. Thousands of Iraqi businessmen took refuge in Jordan in the 1990s, when their country was crippled by U.S. bombing and United Nations economic sanctions following its invasion of Kuwait. The U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 brought more turmoil. The duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman, expanded as Jordan became a safe haven for Iraqi businesses from construction firms to restaurants specialising in Iraq's famed fish dish -- Masqouf. Many wealthy Iraqis have set up joint ventures in Jordan with international companies to supply their country with products and services. Some have expanded from that base to do business across the Middle East. Picture taken December 12, 2010. To match Feature JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS
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December 15, 2010 
Workers load boxes of powdered milk onto a truck at the factory of Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad... 
Amman, Jordan 
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Workers load boxes of powdered milk onto a truck at the factory of Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad in the duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman December 12, 2010. Thousands of Iraqi businessmen took refuge in Jordan in the 1990s, when their country was crippled by U.S. bombing and United Nations economic sanctions following its invasion of Kuwait. The U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 brought more turmoil. The duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman, expanded as Jordan became a safe haven for Iraqi businesses from construction firms to restaurants specialising in Iraq's famed fish dish -- Masqouf. Many wealthy Iraqis have set up joint ventures in Jordan with international companies to supply their country with products and services. Some have expanded from that base to do business across the Middle East. Picture taken December 12, 2010. To match Feature JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS
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December 15, 2010 
Workers pack powdered milk at the factory of Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad in the duty free zone... 
Amman, Jordan 
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Workers pack powdered milk at the factory of Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad in the duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman December 12, 2010. Thousands of Iraqi businessmen took refuge in Jordan in the 1990s, when their country was crippled by U.S. bombing and United Nations economic sanctions following its invasion of Kuwait. The U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 brought more turmoil. The duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman, expanded as Jordan became a safe haven for Iraqi businesses from construction firms to restaurants specialising in Iraq's famed fish dish -- Masqouf. Many wealthy Iraqis have set up joint ventures in Jordan with international companies to supply their country with products and services. Some have expanded from that base to do business across the Middle East. Picture taken December 12, 2010. To match Feature JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS
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December 15, 2010 
Workers pack powdered milk at the factory of Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad in the duty free zone... 
Amman, Jordan 
To match Feature JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS 
Workers pack powdered milk at the factory of Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad in the duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman December 12, 2010. Thousands of Iraqi businessmen took refuge in Jordan in the 1990s, when their country was crippled by U.S. bombing and United Nations economic sanctions following its invasion of Kuwait. The U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 brought more turmoil. The duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman, expanded as Jordan became a safe haven for Iraqi businesses from construction firms to restaurants specialising in Iraq's famed fish dish -- Masqouf. Many wealthy Iraqis have set up joint ventures in Jordan with international companies to supply their country with products and services. Some have expanded from that base to do business across the Middle East. Picture taken December 12, 2010. To match Feature JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS
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December 15, 2010 
Workers pack powdered milk at the factory of Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad in the duty free zone... 
Amman, Jordan 
To match Feature JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS 
Workers pack powdered milk at the factory of Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad in the duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman December 12, 2010. Thousands of Iraqi businessmen took refuge in Jordan in the 1990s, when their country was crippled by U.S. bombing and United Nations economic sanctions following its invasion of Kuwait. The U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 brought more turmoil. The duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman, expanded as Jordan became a safe haven for Iraqi businesses from construction firms to restaurants specialising in Iraq's famed fish dish -- Masqouf. Many wealthy Iraqis have set up joint ventures in Jordan with international companies to supply their country with products and services. Some have expanded from that base to do business across the Middle East. Picture taken December 12, 2010. To match Feature JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS
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December 15, 2010 
Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad (L), who owns a milk powder factory, talks with one of his employees... 
Amman, Jordan 
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Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad (L), who owns a milk powder factory, talks with one of his employees at his factory in the duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman December 12, 2010. Thousands of Iraqi businessmen took refuge in Jordan in the 1990s, when their country was crippled by U.S. bombing and United Nations economic sanctions following its invasion of Kuwait. The U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 brought more turmoil. The duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman, expanded as Jordan became a safe haven for Iraqi businesses from construction firms to restaurants specialising in Iraq's famed fish dish -- Masqouf. Many wealthy Iraqis have set up joint ventures in Jordan with international companies to supply their country with products and services. Some have expanded from that base to do business across the Middle East. Picture taken December 12, 2010. To match Feature JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS
RTXVR1I 
December 15, 2010 
Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad, who owns a milk powder factory, talks to a Reuters reporter about... 
Amman, Jordan 
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Iraqi businessman Sahib Al-Haddad, who owns a milk powder factory, talks to a Reuters reporter about his product in his factory in the duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman December 12, 2010. Thousands of Iraqi businessmen took refuge in Jordan in the 1990s, when their country was crippled by U.S. bombing and United Nations economic sanctions following its invasion of Kuwait. The U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 brought more turmoil. The duty free zone in Zarqa, on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman, expanded as Jordan became a safe haven for Iraqi businesses from construction firms to restaurants specialising in Iraq's famed fish dish -- Masqouf. Many wealthy Iraqis have set up joint ventures in Jordan with international companies to supply their country with products and services. Some have expanded from that base to do business across the Middle East. Picture taken December 12, 2010. To match Feature JORDAN-IRAQ/INVESTMENTS REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
IRAQ/
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November 17, 2010 
Children drive motorised floats in a pool during the Muslim festival of Eid-al-Adha, at a park on Abu... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Children drive motorised floats in a pool during the Muslim festival of Eid-al-Adha, at a park on Abu... 
Children drive motorised floats in a pool during the Muslim festival of Eid-al-Adha, at a park on Abu Nawas street in Baghdad, November 17, 2010. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha, marking the end of the haj, by slaughtering sheep, goats, cows and camels to commemorate Prophet Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail on God's command. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ-Tags: - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
IRAQ/
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November 17, 2010 
Children drive motorised floats in a pool during the Muslim festival of Eid-al-Adha, at a park on Abu... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Children drive floats in a pool during the Muslim festival of Eid-al-Adha, at a park on Abu Nawas street... 
Children drive motorised floats in a pool during the Muslim festival of Eid-al-Adha, at a park on Abu Nawas street in Baghdad, November 17, 2010. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha, marking the end of the haj, by slaughtering sheep, goats, cows and camels to commemorate Prophet Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail on God's command. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ-Tags: - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
Iraq Conflict
Iraq Conflict 
Safe Zones - 18 Nov 2010 
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IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT
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September 30, 2010 
A view of a cable car network in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most Iraqis... 
Arbil, Iraq 
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A view of a cable car network in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most Iraqis struggle under the detritus of a seven-year war, the people of Arbil in Iraqi Kurdistan can frolic in a public pool, ride an elevated cable car over freshly planted parkland or escape stifling heat in a new ice skating hall. The new luxuries of Iraq's northern Kurdish region seem a world apart from the dust and grit of Baghdad, where suicide bombers are an everyday fear, dirt-gray blast walls dominate a war-weary cityscape, hotels are shuttered, leisure confined to home and the city's own telepherique lies in ruin. Picture taken September 25, 2010. To match Feature IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION) 
IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT
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September 30, 2010 
Residents swim in a pool in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most Iraqis struggle... 
Arbil, Iraq 
To match Feature IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT 
Residents swim in a pool in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most Iraqis struggle under the detritus of a seven-year war, the people of Arbil in Iraqi Kurdistan can frolic in a public pool, ride an elevated cable car over freshly planted parkland or escape stifling heat in a new ice skating hall. The new luxuries of Iraq's northern Kurdish region seem a world apart from the dust and grit of Baghdad, where suicide bombers are an everyday fear, dirt-gray blast walls dominate a war-weary cityscape, hotels are shuttered, leisure confined to home and the city's own telepherique lies in ruin. Picture taken September 25, 2010. To match Feature IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ SOCIETY - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SOCIETY) 
IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT
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September 30, 2010 
A man works at a construction site in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most... 
Arbil, Iraq 
To match Feature IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT 
A man works at a construction site in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most Iraqis struggle under the detritus of a seven-year war, the people of Arbil in Iraqi Kurdistan can frolic in a public pool, ride an elevated cable car over freshly planted parkland or escape stifling heat in a new ice skating hall. The new luxuries of Iraq's northern Kurdish region seem a world apart from the dust and grit of Baghdad, where suicide bombers are an everyday fear, dirt-gray blast walls dominate a war-weary cityscape, hotels are shuttered, leisure confined to home and the city's own telepherique lies in ruin. Picture taken September 25, 2010. To match Feature IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SOCIETY) 
IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT
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September 30, 2010 
Residents skate at an ice skating hall in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While... 
Arbil, Iraq 
To match Feature IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT 
Residents skate at an ice skating hall in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most Iraqis struggle under the detritus of a seven-year war, the people of Arbil in Iraqi Kurdistan can frolic in a public pool, ride an elevated cable car over freshly planted parkland or escape stifling heat in a new ice skating hall. The new luxuries of Iraq's northern Kurdish region seem a world apart from the dust and grit of Baghdad, where suicide bombers are an everyday fear, dirt-gray blast walls dominate a war-weary cityscape, hotels are shuttered, leisure confined to home and the city's own telepherique lies in ruin. Picture taken September 25, 2010. To match Feature IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: SPORT FIGURE SKATING SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT
RTXSU1H 
September 30, 2010 
Residents have fun at a pool in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most Iraqis... 
Arbil, Iraq 
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Residents have fun at a pool in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most Iraqis struggle under the detritus of a seven-year war, the people of Arbil in Iraqi Kurdistan can frolic in a public pool, ride an elevated cable car over freshly planted parkland or escape stifling heat in a new ice skating hall. The new luxuries of Iraq's northern Kurdish region seem a world apart from the dust and grit of Baghdad, where suicide bombers are an everyday fear, dirt-gray blast walls dominate a war-weary cityscape, hotels are shuttered, leisure confined to home and the city's own telepherique lies in ruin. Picture taken September 25, 2010. To match Feature IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SOCIETY) 
IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT
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September 30, 2010 
A man works at a construction site in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most... 
Arbil, Iraq 
To match Feature IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT 
A man works at a construction site in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most Iraqis struggle under the detritus of a seven-year war, the people of Arbil in Iraqi Kurdistan can frolic in a public pool, ride an elevated cable car over freshly planted parkland or escape stifling heat in a new ice skating hall. The new luxuries of Iraq's northern Kurdish region seem a world apart from the dust and grit of Baghdad, where suicide bombers are an everyday fear, dirt-gray blast walls dominate a war-weary cityscape, hotels are shuttered, leisure confined to home and the city's own telepherique lies in ruin. Picture taken September 25, 2010. To match Feature IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SOCIETY) 
IRAQ-KURDISTAN/
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September 30, 2010 
Residents play at a bowling hall in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most... 
Arbil, Iraq 
To match Feature IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT 
Residents play at a bowling hall in Iraq's northern province of Arbil September 25, 2010. While most Iraqis struggle under the detritus of a seven-year war, the people of Arbil in Iraqi Kurdistan can frolic in a public pool, ride an elevated cable car over freshly planted parkland or escape stifling heat in a new ice skating hall. The new luxuries of Iraq's northern Kurdish region seem a world apart from the dust and grit of Baghdad, where suicide bombers are an everyday fear, dirt-gray blast walls dominate a war-weary cityscape, hotels are shuttered, leisure confined to home and the city's own telepherique lies in ruin. Picture taken September 25, 2010. To match Feature IRAQ-KURDISTAN/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE:GM1E79D1RIY01 
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May 26, 2008 
A crew member of a U.S. military Black Hawk helicopter wears a helmet painted with a skull at LZ Washington... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A crew member of a U.S. military Black Hawk helicopter wears a helmet painted with a skull at LZ Washington... 
A crew member of a U.S. military Black Hawk helicopter wears a helmet painted with a skull at LZ Washington helipad in the fortified Green Zone in Baghdad May 26, 2008. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (IRAQ) 
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October 21, 2007 
A resident asks U.S. Army Platoon leader Lieutenant Charles Staab (L) with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A resident asks U.S. Army Lieutenant Staab for medicine for their sick children during patrol in south... 
A resident asks U.S. Army Platoon leader Lieutenant Charles Staab (L) with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment, for medicine for their sick children during a patrol in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south Baghdad October 21, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shiites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in the Iraqi capital. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
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RTR1V5QW 
October 21, 2007 
A girl stands by as a U.S. soldier with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment, takes a... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A girl stands by as a U.S. soldier takes a break during a patrol in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour... 
A girl stands by as a U.S. soldier with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment, takes a break during a patrol in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south Baghdad October 21, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shiites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in the Iraqi capital. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V5QS 
October 21, 2007 
Residents look at an U.S. soldier with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment during a patrol... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Residents look to an U.S. soldier during a patrol in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south... 
Residents look at an U.S. soldier with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment during a patrol in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south Baghdad October 21, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shiites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in the Iraqi capital. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V5QQ 
October 21, 2007 
Residents walk on a road as a U.S. soldier with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment,... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Residents walk on a road as a U.S. soldier patrols in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south... 
Residents walk on a road as a U.S. soldier with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment, patrols in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south Baghdad October 21, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shiites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in the Iraqi capital. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V5QP 
October 21, 2007 
U.S. Army Platoon leader Lieutenant Charles Staab (R) with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
U.S. Army Lieutenant Staab talks with a tribal leader and member of the Concerned Local Citizens Group... 
U.S. Army Platoon leader Lieutenant Charles Staab (R) with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment, talks with a tribal leader and member of the Concerned Local Citizens Group during patroling in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south Baghdad October 21, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shiites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in the Iraqi capital. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
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October 21, 2007 
U.S. Army Platoon leader Lieutenant Charles Staab with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment,... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
U.S. Army Lieutenant Staab shakes hand with a member of the Concerned Local Citizens Group in the Sunni... 
U.S. Army Platoon leader Lieutenant Charles Staab with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment, shakes hand with a member of the Concerned Local Citizens Group after he received $50 as a reward to find a weapons cache in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south Baghdad October 21, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shiites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in the Iraqi capital. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V5QE 
October 21, 2007 
A girl runs to her home as U.S. soldiers with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment patrol... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A girl runs to her home as U.S. soldiers patrol in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south Baghdad... 
A girl runs to her home as U.S. soldiers with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment patrol in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south Baghdad October 21, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shiites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in the Iraqi capital. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V5QC 
October 21, 2007 
U.S. soldiers with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment patrol in the Sunni neighbourhood... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
U.S. soldiers patrol in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south Baghdad 
U.S. soldiers with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment patrol in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south Baghdad October 21, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shiites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in the Iraqi capital. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V476 
October 20, 2007 
U.S. soldiers with Scout Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment stand silhouetted against the... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
U.S. soldiers stand silhouetted against the sun before an exercise in a range at Patrol Base Murray in... 
U.S. soldiers with Scout Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment stand silhouetted against the sun before an exercise in a range at Patrol Base Murray in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour, south Baghdad, October 20, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shi'ites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in Baghdad. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V46M 
October 20, 2007 
U.S. soldiers with Scout Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment open fire during an exercise in... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
U.S. soldiers open fire during an exercise in a range at Patrol Base Murray in south Baghdad 
U.S. soldiers with Scout Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment open fire during an exercise in a range at Patrol Base Murray in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour in south Baghdad October 20, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shi'ites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in Baghdad. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V46L 
October 20, 2007 
U.S. soldiers with 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment and members of the Concerned Local Citizens Group... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
U.S. soldiers and Concerned Local Citizens Group members load barbed wire onto a truck at the at Patrol... 
U.S. soldiers with 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment and members of the Concerned Local Citizens Group load barbed wire onto a truck at Patrol Base Murray in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour, south Baghdad, October 20, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shi'ites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in Baghdad. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V46G 
October 20, 2007 
U.S. soldiers with Scout Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment line up before an exercise in... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
U.S. soldiers line up before an exercise in a range at Patrol Base Murray in south Baghdad 
U.S. soldiers with Scout Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment line up before an exercise in a range at Patrol Base Murray in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour, south Baghdad, October 20, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shi'ites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in Baghdad. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V46F 
October 20, 2007 
A U.S. soldier with 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment receives a haircut at Patrol Base Murray in... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
U.S. soldier receives a haircut at Patrol Base Murray in south Baghdad 
A U.S. soldier with 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment receives a haircut at Patrol Base Murray in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour, south Baghdad, October 20, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shi'ites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in Baghdad. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V46A 
October 20, 2007 
U.S. soldiers with 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment work out at Patrol Base Murray in the Sunni neighbourhood... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
U.S. soldiers work out at Patrol Base Murray in south Baghdad 
U.S. soldiers with 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment work out at Patrol Base Murray in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour, south Baghdad, October 20, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shi'ites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in Baghdad. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V461 
October 20, 2007 
U.S. soldiers with Scout Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment open fire during an exercise in... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
U.S. soldiers open fire during an exercise in a range at their Patrol Base Murray in south Baghdad 
U.S. soldiers with Scout Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment open fire during an exercise in a range at their Patrol Base Murray in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour, south Baghdad, October 20, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shi'ites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in Baghdad. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1V45W 
October 20, 2007 
U.S. soldiers with Scout Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment open fire during an exercise in... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
U.S. soldiers open fire during an exercise in a range at their Patrol Base Murray in south Baghdad 
U.S. soldiers with Scout Company, 1st Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment open fire during an exercise in a range at their Patrol Base Murray in the Sunni neighbourhood of Arab Jabour, south Baghdad. October 20, 2007. The area around Patrol Base Murray was known as the Triangle of Death - a very safe area for al-Qaeda in Iraq to ambush Shi'ites, launch mortar and rocket attacks into the Green Zone and rig car bombs, suicide vests and other weapons for use in Baghdad. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (IRAQ) 
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March 14, 2003 
An Iraqi Kurd soldier watches the border near Qush Tapa, on the border
of the breakaway Kurdish enclave... 
IRAQI KURD SOLDIER WATCHES BORDER FROM SAFE HAVEN IN NORTHERN IRAQ. 
An Iraqi Kurd soldier watches the border near Qush Tapa, on the border
of the breakaway Kurdish enclave of northern Iraq 40 kilometers south
of Arbil, March 14, 2003. Kurds have been leaving the Iraqi oil city of
Kirkuk all week for a separatist Kurdish zone in the north, their
numbers swelling as a possible U.S.-led war to oust President Saddam
Hussein appears closer. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

CJF/JV 
RTRJZXX 
March 14, 2003 
An Iraqi Kurdish family arrive carrying as many possessions as possible at
Qush Tapa, on the border... 
FLEEING IRAQI KURDISH REFUGEES ARRIVE IN KURDISH SAFE HAVEN IN
NORTHERN IRAQ. 
An Iraqi Kurdish family arrive carrying as many possessions as possible at
Qush Tapa, on the border of the breakaway Kurdish enclave of northern Iraq
40 kilometers south of Arbil, March 14, 2003. Kurds have been leaving the
Iraqi oil city of Kirkuk all week for a separatist Kurdish zone in the
north, their numbers swelling as a possible U.S.-led war to oust President
Saddam

Hussein appears closer. PP03030064 REUTERS/Caren Firouz 
RTRJZXB 
March 14, 2003 
An Iraqi Kurd family arrive carrying as many possessions as possible at
Qush Tapa, on the border of... 
FLEEING IRAQI KURDISH REFUGEES ARRIVE IN KURDISH SAFE HAVEN IN NORTHERN
IRAQ. 
An Iraqi Kurd family arrive carrying as many possessions as possible at
Qush Tapa, on the border of the breakaway Kurdish enclave of northern
Iraq 40 kilometers south of Arbil, March 14, 2003. Kurds have been
leaving the Iraqi oil city of Kirkuk all week for a separatist Kurdish
zone in the north, their numbers swelling as a possible U.S.-led war to
oust President Saddam

Hussein appears closer. REUTERS/Caren Firouz 
IRAQ KURDS KIRKUK
RTRJZWT 
March 14, 2003 
An Iraqi Kurd and his family arrive at Qush Tapa, on the border of the
breakaway Kurdish enclave of... 
Arbil 
FLEEING IRAQI KURDISH REFUGEES ARRIVE IN KURDISH SAFE HAVEN IN NORTHERN
IRAQ. 
An Iraqi Kurd and his family arrive at Qush Tapa, on the border of the
breakaway Kurdish enclave of northern Iraq 40 kilometers south of
Arbil, March 14, 2003. Kurds have been leaving the Iraqi oil city of
Kirkuk all week for a separatist Kurdish zone in the north, their
numbers swelling as a possible U.S.-led war to oust President Saddam
Hussein appears closer. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

CJF/JV 
TURKEY
RTXISG5 
February 23, 1999 
A U.S. F-15E fighter plane flies past a U.S. KC-135 tanker plane during take off from Incirlik airbase,... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
A U.S. F-15E fighter plane flies past a U.S. KC-135 tanker plane during take off from Incirlik airba..... 
A U.S. F-15E fighter plane flies past a U.S. KC-135 tanker plane during take off from Incirlik airbase, near the southern Turkish city of Adana February 23. U.S. Airforce officials said "coalition aircraft on routine patrols of the northern no-fly zone were fired upon by anti-aircraft artillery. Three U.S. F-15s responded by firing three GBU-24 laser guided bombs at command and control bunker. Aircraft returned safely."
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TURKEY IRAQ USA
RTRM6LR 
February 23, 1999 
A U.S. F-16 fighter plane taxis at Incirlik airbase against a backdrop of the southern Turkish city of... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
U.S. F-16 FIGHTER PLANE TAXIS ON TARMAC AT INCIRLIK AIR BASE. 
A U.S. F-16 fighter plane taxis at Incirlik airbase against a backdrop of the southern Turkish city of Adana February 23, after flying a routine patrol in the no-fly zone over northern Iraq. U.S. Air Force officials said "coalition aircraft on routine patrols of the northern no-fly zone were fired upon by anti-aircraft artillery. Three U.S. F-15s responded by firing three GBU-24 laser guided bombs at a command and control bunker. Aircraft returned safely.

FS/JDP 
TURKEY IRAQ
RTRM6F5 
February 23, 1999 
A U.S. F-15E fighter plane flies past a U.S. KC-135 tanker plane during take off from Incirlik airbase,... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
U.S. F-15 FIGHTER PLANE TAKES OFF AT INCIRLIK AIR BASE. 
A U.S. F-15E fighter plane flies past a U.S. KC-135 tanker plane during take off from Incirlik airbase, near the southern Turkish city of Adana February 23. U.S. Airforce officials said "coalition aircraft on routine patrols of the northern no-fly zone were fired upon by anti-aircraft artillery. Three U.S. F-15s responded by firing three GBU-24 laser guided bombs at command and control bunker. Aircraft returned safely.

FS/GB 
TURKEY
RTXIQMG 
February 03, 1999 
A U.S. ground personel runs between two U.S. F-15 fighters waiting for take-off near tarmac, as other... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
A U.S. ground personel runs between two U.S. F-15 fighters waiting for take-off near tarmac, as othe..... 
A U.S. ground personel runs between two U.S. F-15 fighters waiting for take-off near tarmac, as other two F-15s move past the tanker planes at Incirlik airbase near the southern Turkish city of Adana February 3. Allied jets returned safely on Wednesday to their base in Turkey from a mission to patrol the northern no-fly zone over Iraq, [a spokesman for the U.S. European Command in Germany said.] ??» 
IRAQ USA PLANES
RTRLJWH 
February 03, 1999 
A U.S. ground personel runs between two U.S. F-15 fighters waiting for take-off near tarmac, as other... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
U.S. AIRCRAFT WAIT TO TAKE OFF AT INCIRLIK AIRBASE IN TURKEY. 
A U.S. ground personel runs between two U.S. F-15 fighters waiting for take-off near tarmac, as other two F-15s move past the tanker planes at Incirlik airbase near the southern Turkish city of Adana February 3. Allied jets returned safely on Wednesday to their base in Turkey from a mission to patrol the northern no-fly zone over Iraq, a spokesman for the U.S. European Command in Germany said.

FS/FMS 
TURKEY
RTRKPLQ 
December 30, 1998 
A U.S. refuelling plane descends to land at Incirlik airbase near the southern Turkish city of Adana... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
U.S. AIRCRAFT RETURNS INCIRLIK AIRBASE. 
A U.S. refuelling plane descends to land at Incirlik airbase near the southern Turkish city of Adana December 30. More than 20 U.S. warplanes returned safely to their base in southern Turkey from patrolling a no-fly zone over northern Iraq on Wednesday, despite Baghdad's threats to try to shoot them down.

FS/ns 
TURKEY
RTRKPLF 
December 30, 1998 
A U.S. F-15 fighter plane returns to Incirlik airbase near the southern Turkish city of Adana December... 
Adana, Turkey 
U.S. AIRCRAFT RETURNS TO INCIRLIK AIRBASE. 
A U.S. F-15 fighter plane returns to Incirlik airbase near the southern Turkish city of Adana December 30. More than 20 U.S. warplanes returned safely to their base in southern Turkey from patrolling a no-fly zone over northern Iraq on Wednesday, despite Baghdad's threats to try to shoot them down.

FS/NS 
F 16
RTXHRWN 
December 28, 1998 
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - The United States confirmed December 28 that there had been "aggressive" Iraqi... 
Washington, USA 
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - The United States confirmed December 28 that there had been "aggressive" Ir..... 
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - The United States confirmed December 28 that there had been "aggressive" Iraqi action against U.S. fighter aircraft in support of Operation Northern Watch in northern Iraq. A senior U.S. administration official said it appeared that the Iraqis had fired three surface-to-air missiles at U.S. F-16's flying in the "no-fly" zone. The official said the U.S. planes returned fire and then returned safely to their bases at Incirlik air base in eastern Turkey. An F-16 is shown in this undated file photo. 
IRAQ
RTXGJO1 
September 02, 1996 
United States war planes return to Incirlik air base, near Turkey's Mediterranean city of Adana, September... 
United States war planes return to Incirlik air base, near Turkey's Mediterranean city of Adana, Sep..... 
United States war planes return to Incirlik air base, near Turkey's Mediterranean city of Adana, September 2, after a mission in the allied forces no-fly zone over northern Iraq. U.S. forces in the region were given a high alert after Iraqi troops entered the northern Iraqi town of Irbil, in the Kurdish safe haven, helping the Iraqi Kurd faction led by Barzani against Jalal Talabani's Kurds.
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