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  • The Untold Stories from Iraq

    An Iraqi woman walks through a plume of smoke rising from a massive fire at a liquid gas factory as she searches for her husband in the vicinity of the fire in Basra, Iraq, May 26, 2003. This image, and the following images, are excerpted from "Photojournalists on War: The Untold Stories from Iraq" by Michael Kamber, with an introduction by Dexter Filkins. The book is being published in May 2013.
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    A British soldier watches black smoke rising from the southern port city of Basra on April 7, 2003. The burning building on the right, a technical college, was repeatedly shelled by British forces in response to Iraqi sniper attacks.
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    Suspected insurgents are detained inside a Bradley Fighting Vehicle to be transported to a detention facility during an early morning raid in Tal Afar in June, 2005. Soldiers from the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment and Iraqi soldiers moved into Tal Afar with Bradleys, tanks, and Humvees. Helicopters provided air support as the soldiers searched houses and detained suspects.
    Christoph Bangert
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    Staff Sgt. Zebadiah Thomas, of C Co., 3-7 Infantry, watches a stairwell as his squad checks the rest of the house for a fleeing suspect in Musayyib, Iraq on March 9, 2008.
    Ben Brody
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    A US soldier watches an Iraqi man just arrested during a raid who collapsed while his hands where being tied on January 24, 2006 in Eastern Ramadi, Iraq.
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    Sgt. Jesse E. Leach drags Lance Cpl. Juan Valdez of Weapons Company, 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines, to safety moments after he was shot by a sniper during a patrol in Karmah on Oct. 31, 2006. Valdez was shot through the arm and right torso but survived.
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    Roadside explosion in Kirkuk in April 2004.
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    During fierce fighting in the southern part of Fallujah, four wounded men surrendered to Marines from Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, 1st Marine Division on Nov. 13, 2004. The Iraqi men claimed they were students trying to escape the fight. "Yeah, University of Jihad, motherf**ker," a Marine said.
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    An Iraqi child jumps over the remains of victims found in a mass grave in Al Musayyib on May 27, 2003. The bodies had been brought to this school for identification by family members who searched for identity cards and other clues among the skeletons to identify the missing. The victims were killed by Saddam Hussein?s government during a Shi?ite uprising here following the 1991 Gulf War.
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    1,215 military personnel pray during a massive re-enlistment ceremony in Al Faw Palace, one of Saddam Hussein's former luxurious homes in Baghdad on July 4, 2008.
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    United States Marines take a break to shave in front of one of Saddam Hussain's presidential palaces on April 15, 2003, the day Tikrit fell from Republican Guard rule in Iraq.
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    A house raid on suspected insurgents by soldiers from C-Troop, 3rd Squadron, 7th U.S. Cavalry, 3rd Infantry Division on June 12, 2012 in Balad. Men are separated from women and children, made to lie on the ground, and held at gunpoint.
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    A US soldier marks the hands of women and the backs of the necks of men with numbers for their specific neighborhoods and homes on March 24, 2007 in Qubah, Iraq. Lt Col. Andrew Poppas of the 73rd Cavalry, 82nd Airborne Division, said the numbering system allowed troops to determine if people were moving around the village of Qubah despite a lockdown following a US attack on insurgents.
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    Ghalib Ali Hamid is arrested in Baiki on Feb. 8, 2008 by US soldiers on suspicion of corruption and complicity in working with anticoalition insurgents . Mr. Hamid is the head of internal affairs for the Iraqi Oil Protection Force. The Baiji Oil Refinery is Iraq's largest refinery and has become a magnet for corruption and the criminal sale of black market fuel, some of which helps fund the Iraqi
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    Samar Hassan screams moments after her parents were killed by US soldiers from the 25th Infantry Division. The troops fired on the Hassan family car when it unwittingly approached a patrol in the tense town of Tal Afar, on Jan. 18, 2005. Her brother, Racan, was wounded. After being treated in the US, Racan was killed when insurgents bombed the family home in retaliation for the boy's trip.
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  • The Untold Stories from Iraq

    Bodyguards stand with Shi'ite cleric Sheikh Mohamed Ali Sageer and his fellow clerics on June 2004 in Baghdad. For more information about "Photojournalists on War", please visit University of Texas Press (http://www.utexas.edu/utpress/books/kampho.html) or the author Michael Kamber's website (http://www.kamberphoto.com.
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