Iraqi security forces move into Sadr City
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Iraqi security forces move into Sadr City

An Iraqi tank rolls into Sadr City in eastern Baghdad, after an agreement last week with anti-American cleric Muqtada Sadr’s Mahdi Army to allow Iraqi troops into the district without resistance from the militia. (Ali al-Saadi / AFP/Getty Images)
Women walk past a tank as Iraqi troops take up positions in Sadr City. (Ali al-Saddi / AFP/Getty Images)
Iraqi soldiers begin patrolling the streets of Sadr City in eastern Baghdad, where militia units have fought deadly street battles with U.S. forces. (Ali al-Saddi / AFP/Getty Images)
Sheik Muhanad al-Gharawee, a cleric from the southern holy city of Najaf, greets a soldier as several hundred others fan out onto the streets of Sadr City. (Wissam al-Okaili / AFP/Getty Images)
An Iraqi soldier stands guard in the Shiite enclave of Sadr City in front of a mural showing Muqtada Sadr’s late father, Mohammed Sadeq Sadr, right, and his cousin and father-in-law, Mohammed Baqir Sadr, who was executed by the Saddam Hussein regime. (Karim Kadim / Associated Press)
An Iraqi machine gunner mans a position in Sadr City, where Iraqi troops are taking control. (Wissam al-Okaili / AFP/Getty Images)
Tanks are part of the Iraqi army’s deployment in Sadr City. (Wissam al-Okaili / AFP/Getty Images)
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