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Abu Musab Zarqawi

This video image displayed by the U.S. Military at a press conference today in Baghdad purports to show the body of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, al-Qaida’s leader in Iraq who led a bloody campaign of suicide bombings and kidnappings, who was killed in an U.S. air strike Wednesday. (AP)
Spokesman of US. Forces in Iraq Maj. Gen. William Caldwell, looks at the picture of dead Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi, leader of al-Qaeda group in Iraq, during a press conference today in Baghdad. Zarqawi and seven of his aides were killed in an US air raid in Hibhib, north of Baquba province. (EPA)
This image displayed by the U.S. Military at a press conference today in Baghdad purports to show a view of the location of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi at the time of attack that took his life. (AP)
This image displayed by the U.S. Military at a press conference today in Baghdad purports to show the location at the time of attack on Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. (AP)
Image from television shows Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al Malik, third from left, applauding at a news conference in Baghdad, at which he announced that Jordanian terrorism mastermind Abu Musab Al Zarqawi was killed late Wednesday in North of Baghdad. (Associated Press)
Iraqi boys look through the rubble today of one of the four houses destroyed during a U.S air strike which killed Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, al-Qaeda’s leader in Iraq. The strike took place in Hibib, a town of near Baqouba, 40 miles northeast of Baghdad. (Getty Images)
Two Jordanian veiled women, reportedly Abu Musab al-Zarqawi’s sisters, enter his house in Zarqa, 27 kms (16 Miles) east of Amman, Jordan, Thursday, June 8. 2006. Members of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi’s family gathered here Thursday to mourn the death of the notorious al-Qaida in Iraq leader who they had disavowed last year after an attack on civilians in Jordan. (AP)
Guerrilla leader Abu Musab Zarqawi was behind numerous spectacular attacks in Iraq. (State Department)
This undated picture shows Jordanian Ahmed al-Kalaylah, also known as Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, al-Qaida’s leader in Iraq. ()
This file image made from a video was posted May 11, 2004, on an Islamic militant Web site affiliated with Al Qaeda showing a group of five men wearing headscarves and black ski masks standing over a bound man in an orange jumpsuit, identified as Nick Berg, a U.S. contractor. The father of Nick Berg, believed to have been beheaded by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, said Thursday that he doesn’t see any good coming from al-Zarqawi’s death. (AP)
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki announced at a news conference today that pictured Al Qaeda insurgent leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi had been killed. (Associated Press)
Abu Musab Al Zarqawi, the Al Qaeda-linked militant, led a bloody campaign of suicide bombings, kidnappings and hostage beheadings in Iraq. (Associated Press)
Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki said the pictured insurgent leader Al Zarqawi was killed along with seven aides. They were in a house 30 miles northeast of Baghdad in the volatile province of Diyala The top U.S. general in Iraq says Al Zarqawi’s body has been identified by fingerprints and facial recognition. (Defense Department / AP)
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