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Turmoil in Iraq

Marines
Marines of Fox Company, 2nd Battalion 24th Marines, ride on a truck in the town of Mahmudiya after a day-long patrol in Latifiyah, an insurgents’ stronghold. (Kuni Takahashi / Chicago Tribune)
Car
Capt. Jeff Scott of Fox Company, 2nd Battalion 24th Marines, examines a car that was driven by alleged insurgents who got away after being shot. (Kuni Takahashi / Chicago Tribune)
Women
Local women stand helplessly as marines of Fox Company, 2nd Battalion 24th Marines, search their house in Latifiyah, an insurgent stronghold 20 miles south of Baghdad. (Kuni Takahashi / Chicago Tribune)
Questioned
Local Iraqis were questioned by Marines at a road check point in Latifiyah. (Kuni Takahashi / Chicago Tribune)
Reunited
A local man holds his sons as they are reunited after being separated during a fight between marines and insurgents in Latifiyah. (Kuni Takahashi / Chicago Tribune)
Explosion
Iraqi citizens flee the scene after three explosions in Baghdad, Iraq. The explosions, near a U.S. military convoy which was passing the opening ceremony for a sewage station, killed at least 35 people and wounded more than 100 others according to Iraqi police. (Wathiq Khuzaie / Getty Images)
Soldier
A U.S. soldier carries an Iraqi girl away from the scene of suicide explosions in Baghdad, Iraq. (Wathiq Khuzaie / Getty Images)
Wounded
A video grab from Iraqi al-Nahreen Television station shows wounded U.S. soldiers at the site where two car bombs exploded near a pumping station in western Baghdad. At least 41 people were killed, most of them children, and scores wounded in the blasts that were targeting a U.S. convoy. Two bombs went off at about 1:00 pm (0900 GMT) close to the site of a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new water pumping station on the western side of the city, a U.S. military spokesman said. Almost simultaneously, another car bomb exploded near an Iraqi national guard checkpoint about one kilometer (half a mile) south of the site of water pumping station. (Al-Nahreen TV / AFP)
Wounded
Two wounded Iraqi boys are treated at the Yarmouk hospital in the Iraqi capital Baghdad. Insurgents detonated three car bombs near a convoy of U.S. military vehicles in southern Baghdad on Thursday, killing at least 35 people and wounding 140, many of them children. (Ceerwan Aziz / AP)
Wounded
A man carries his wounded brother to the hospital after two car bombs and a roadside bomb went off in succession in the al-Amel neighborhood of Baghdad. At least 37 were killed, most of them children, and 137 were wounded in the attack. (Samir Mizban / AP)
Destruction
Local residents survey the destruction after two car bombs and a roadside bomb went off in succession in the al-Amel neighborhood of Baghdad, Iraq. (Khalid Mohammed / AP)
Crater
Iraqis stand by a crater caused by a car bomb in Tal Afar, north of Mosul on Thursday. The blast killed four people in the restive northern Iraqi town as a U.S. military convoy was passing by, wounding six American soldiers. (Karam Hussein / EPA)
Mourning
An Iraqi father mourns as he carry the body of his 8-year-old son along with his brother at al-Yarmouk hospital in Baghdad. The child is one of at least 41 people who were killed in three car bombs that exploded west of the war-torn capital. (Jewel Samad / AFP)
Medics
Iraqi medics try to save the life of an Iraqi man at al-Yarmouk hospital in Baghdad after three car bombs exploded west of the war-torn capital targeting a U.S. convoy. (Jewel Samad / AFP)
Fire
Iraqi firemen attempt to put out a blazing car. Three sepereate explosions near a U.S. military convoy which was passing the opening ceremony for a sewage station killed at least 35 people and wounded more than 100 others in southern Baghdad according to Iraqi police. (Wathiq Khuzaie / Getty Images)
Mourning
An Iraqi woman mourns the death of a relative outside the morgue of al-Yarmouk hospital. (Jewel Samad / AFP)
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