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Nura, 3, an Iraqi child wounded during fighting between US forces and Sunni insurgents is rushed into a public clinic by her father, no name given, in Fallujah, Iraq, Thursday April 8, 2004. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)


Iraqi girl Wiam Mohammed, 4, shows her injuries in Baghdad, Iraq, Saturday, April 17, 2004, after she was hit with a bullet in her left shoulder fleeing Fallujah in a car with her parents, six brothers and sisters and a cousin. Her parents, two sisters and brother were killed when U.S. Marines opened fire on the car that was carrying them. Wiam and two of her sisters were wouned while another sister was unharmed. (AP Photo/Abdel Kader Saadi)


US Military Police arrive to secure the Khadimiya primary school compound in Baghdad, Iraq, after school children, playing during their recess period, accidentally detonated a grenade, Monday Feb. 16, 2004, which killed one child and wounded four others. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)


Raheem Saad Khalaf kisses his son Saleh Khalaf, 9, at Children's Hospital in Oakland, Calif., Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2003. Dr. James Betts, surgeon-in-chief at Children's Hospital (not pictured) is leading a team trying to save the life of Khalaf who was severely injured in a bomb blast in Iraq last month. Saleh's 16-year-old brother was killed in the attack. Saleh was initially treated at a local Iraqi hospital for his injuries, which included traumatic amputation of his right hand, severe injury to his left hand, a ruptured left eye and shrapnel and burn injuries on his abdomen, chest and face. (AP Photo/Deanne Fitzmaurice, Pool)


Dejected US soldiers stand next to their colleague after he was killed in another attack on a military convoy Wednesday, July 16, 2003, in Baghdad, Iraq. A US soldier and an Iraqi child were killed and three others wounded in two separate attacks in the capital Wednesday.(AP Photo/Wally Santana)


Two U.S. Army Humvees secure the debris of a U.S. Black Hawk helicopter outside Samarra, central Iraq, Saturday, May 10, 2003, after it crashed Friday night in the Tigris river during the rescue of an Iraqi child wounded in an explosion. Three soldiers were killed and a fourth injured when the helicopter crashed after taking off. (AP Photo/Ali Haider)


A 9-year old Iraqi girl, Zeinab Hassan, is undergoing treatment at the Surgical Hospital at Hillah city 90 kilometers (60 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq, on Saturday April 26, 2003. Zeinab was allegedly wounded when her family farm in nearby al-Ofiya was shelled by U.S artillery on April 7. Iraqi hospitals are still coping with hundreds of war-wounded. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)


A wounded girl, seen in this image from video, lays in a hospital bed in Basra, Iraq, Saturday, April 5, 2003. (AP Photo/APTN)


A child wounded inflicted during coalition bombing earlier in the day on the ouskirt of the Iraq's capital Baghdad is brought in Baghdad's Yarmouk Hospital for treatment Friday April 4, 2003. (AP Photo/Ali Heider)


A wounded boy, seen in this image from video, flashes a hand signal from his hospital bed at Al Yarmouk hospital in Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, April 3, 2003. (AP Photo/APTN)


U.S. Navy Captain Frank Thorp answers reporters during an interview with The Associated Press at the Central Command Center in Doha, Qatar, Tuesday, April 1, 2003. Thorp spoke of the shooting that happened Monday near Najaf, central Iraq, where U.S. troops killed seven Iraqi women and children after the van they were traveling in did not stop at a checkpoint as ordered. (AP Photo/Richard Lewis)


Iraqi children injured during coalition air raids over Baghdad are treated in a Baghdad hospital Monday March 31, 2003. (AP Photo/Samir Mezban)


At nine tonight I got word that 50 people had been killed in an explosion in a shopping center outside Baghdad. Some of the victims had been taken to a nearby mosque. "Can I go in?" I asked when the door opened, though I didn't know what was inside. And maybe because I am a woman, I was ushered into a stark room with signs saying tktkt, where two women were bathing the body of a young relative in preparation for burial. It is unclear whether the explosion was caused by a U.S. bomb or an Iraqi missile, but in the end, it doesn't really matter for this 12-year-old girl. March 29, 2003. (AP Photo/Alexandra Boulat/VII)


A girl, seriously wounded by a cluster bomb bomblet and identified as Tamara Hamze, 12, is transferred to a bed at the Al-Shaheed-Adnan hospital in Baghdad Saturday, April 19, 2003. According to witnesses, Hamze approached soldiers from the 3rd Battalion, 187th Regiment,101st Airborne Division on foot patrol, handed them an explosive, and it blew up. Four U.S. soldiers were injured, two seriously, and two children were killed . It is not clear if the act was an accident or an attempt to kill Americans. (AP Photo/Jean-Marc Bouju)


An Iraq woman stands near an Iraqi child laying in Al-Numan hospital after they were wounded when a missile landed in a residential neighborhood of Baghdad Monday March 24, 2003. killing three and wounding 23. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)


A wounded child, seen in this image from video, cries in a hospital in Baghdad, Iraq, Saturday, March 22, 2003. Iraqi officials led a media tour to the hospital, claiming the people were injured in U.S. airstrikes. (AP Photo/APTN)


An injured Kurdish girl, one of many victims of a nerve gas attack aimed on the mainly Kurdish population in northern Iraq, is carried to a waiting ambulance upon her arrival at Geneva airport, Switzerland, on March 29, 1988. (AP Photo)


An Iraqi girl holds pictures of some of the victims of the 1988 chemical attack during a memorial service in Halabja, Iraq, Wednesday, March 16, 2005. Wednesday marks the anniversary of the 1988 attack by Saddam Hussein's regime, which killed some 5,000 Kurds in the northern Iraqi town. (AP Photo/Yahya Ahmed)


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