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

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)
Iraqi security forces move into Sadr City
Women walk past a tank as Iraqi troops take up positions in Sadr City. (Ali al-Saddi / AFP/Getty Images)
Iraqi security forces move into Sadr City
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)
Iraqi security forces move into Sadr City
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)
Iraqi security forces move into Sadr City
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)
Iraqi security forces move into Sadr City
An Iraqi machine gunner mans a position in Sadr City, where Iraqi troops are taking control. (Wissam al-Okaili / AFP/Getty Images)
Iraqi security forces move into Sadr City
Tanks are part of the Iraqi army’s deployment in Sadr City. (Wissam al-Okaili / AFP/Getty Images)
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