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January 31, 2005 
U.S. Army doctors tend to Hassan, an Iraqi child who was born in a U.S. combat hospital in Baghdad on... 
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U.S. Army doctors tend to Hassan, an Iraqi child who was born in a U.S. combat hospital in Baghdad on... 
U.S. Army doctors tend to Hassan, an Iraqi child who was born in a U.S. combat hospital in Baghdad on election day. U.S. Army Major Spinella (L), Captain Vernon and Lieutenant Wilson (R), all from the 1st Cavalry Division tend, January 31, 2005, to Hassan, an Iraqi child who was born in a U.S. combat hospital in Baghdad on election day. Hassan's mother, who could not reach a local hospital because of the heavy security was carried to the 86th Combat Support Hospital by a military medical evacuation helicopter as she was going into labor. The little boy was born at the military hospital just before 1 pm on the Iraqi national elections day and weighed in at 6 pounds, 4 ounces. REUTERS/HO/US Army/Dave Ahlschwede 
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