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** FILE ** Doctors in at a Red Crescent Hospital examine a man who was shot in the leg when caught in the crossfire between Iraqi factions in the Saddam City area of Baghdad, Iraq. The doctors said that they have not treated any war casualties in two days, but are flooded with victims of civil chaos and fighting and are running low on supplies, Friday, April 11, 2003. ( J.M. Eddins Jr./The Washington Times )
Photo by: J.M. EDDINS JR.
** FILE ** Doctors in at a Red Crescent Hospital examine a man who was shot in the leg when caught in the crossfire between Iraqi factions in the Saddam City area of Baghdad, Iraq. The doctors said that they have not treated any war casualties in two days, but are flooded with victims of civil chaos and fighting and are running low on supplies, Friday, April 11, 2003. ( J.M. Eddins Jr./The Washington Times )

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