Arriving from India, a woman and her baby walk past Israeli flags at Israel's Ben Gurion International Airport in November 2006. They were joining members of the Bnei Menashe community, from India's northeastern state of Mizoram, who have migrated to Israel. Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Security forces guard a street after a female suicide bomber blew herself up at the entrance to government offices in the western Iraqi city of Ramadi on July 4. Azhar Shallal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Army armored vehicles leave their base on May 28 after a handover ceremony northeast of Baghdad. The U.S. plans to have just 50,000 troops in Iraq by Aug. 31. But many Iraqis say the country the U.S. is leaving behind is hardly a success story. Karim Kadim/AP hide caption

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A Sons of Iraq volunteer stands guard at a checkpoint in the Azamiyah neighborhood in northern Baghdad in September 2008. The U.S.-backed paramilitary force is credited with helping to defeat al-Qaida in Iraq. Now, its fate hangs in limbo as the U.S. withdraws its troops. Hadi Mizban/AP hide caption

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An Iraqi army soldier and a U.S. Army soldier stand guard during a joint patrol in Mosul in March 2009. Maya Alleruzzo/AP hide caption

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A U.S. soldier drags a tent as his unit prepares to leave its base northeast of Baghdad. U.S. troop levels will be cut in half, to 50,000, by Aug 31. Khalid Mohammed/AP hide caption

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