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sce56 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:28 AM
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War plows on with lots of deaths and no end in sight! Graphic photos!!!!!!
Lest we forget we sit at home and enjoy a pleasant sunday off from work yet hell is still unleashed in Iraq.



Thaier Aziz cries over the bodies of his 6 year old niece and the girl's mother Rahima Kadim, covered by blanket on the left, in Baqouba hospital, 60 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2006. Drive-by shooters opened fire Sunday on a minibus carrying a Shiite family, killing the woman, her six-year old daughter, the van's driver and injuring the woman's husband and his brother. (AP Photo/Adem Hadei)

Hospital workers pull a trolly with the body of Rahima Kadim in Baqouba, 60 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2006. Drive-by shooters opened fire Sunday on a minibus carrying a Shiite family, killing the women, her six-year old daughter, the van's driver and injuring the woman's husband and his brother. (AP Photo/Adem Hadei)

Abbas Aziz cries over the body of his 6 year old niece at hospital yard in Baqouba, 60 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2006. Drive-by shooters opened fire Sunday on a minibus carrying a Shiite family, killing a women, her six-year old daughter, the van's driver and injuring the woman's husband and his brother. (AP Photo/Mohammed Adnan)

Iraqi soldier checks a car damaged in a car bomb blast in downtown Baqouba, 60 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad, Sunday Oct. 8, 2006. According to Iraqi police, a US military convoy was the target. One civilian was injured in the blast. (AP Photo/Mohammed Adnan)

A car bomb wreck burns in downtown Baqouba, 60 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad, Sunday Oct. 8, 2006. According to Iraqi police, US military convoy was the target. One civilian was injured in the blast. (AP Photo/Mohammed Adnan)


A man's body lies dumped in Baghdad's al-Khadra neighborhood Sunday Oct. 8, 2006. Baghdad police said they found more than 50 bodies in the 24-hour period into Sunday morning, all apparent victims of the sectarian death squads that roam the capital, with many showing signs of torture. (AP Photo/Asaad Mouhsin)

A US M1 Abrams tank patrols a steet in the town of Diwaniyah, south of Baghdad.

A wounded Iraqi woman receives medical treatment at a hopital in the town of Diwaniyah. US and Iraqi forces have killed 30 militia fighters during a fierce street battle in the southern city of Diwaniyah in which a US main battle tank was severely damaged.(AFP/Str)

Iraqi fishermen try to catch a corpse floating on the waters of the Tigris River in Baghdad. US and Iraqi forces killed 30 militia fighters during a fierce street battle in this southern city in which a US main battle tank was severely damaged.(AFP/Sabah Arar)

A wounded Iraqi woman rests at a hopital in the town of Diwaniyah, south of Baghdad.




Detained blindfolded terrorist suspects walk inside an Iraqi army base in Baquoba, Diyala, province capital, Saturday Oct. 7, 2006. In a two morning raids in the province of Diyala, an increasingly violent region north of Baghdad, Iraqi forces killed two al-Qaida suspects and captured 40 others, said Brig. Qassim al-Mussawi, spokesman for the General Command of the Armed Forces. (AP Photo)





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