Arab League Holds Summit In Baghdad
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Members of the 182nd Infantry Regiment arrive in Indiana after spending a year in Afghanistan. They will spend about a week here before returning to their homes in New England. Tom Dreisbach/NPR hide caption

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'Citizen Soldiers' Begin The Journey Home
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Archaeologists Revisit Iraq
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Gen. Peter Chiarelli, former vice chief of staff for the U.S. Army, says the Army lacks reliable diagnostic tools to screen for mental health. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Troops' Mental Health: How Much Is Unknown?
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Remains Of Last Missing US Soldier Return From Iraq
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'Hallwalkers': The Ghosts Of The State Department
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U.S. Brig. Gen. Kevin Bergner speaks in Baghdad in July 2007 near a poster of Ali Musa Daqduq. Daqduq was captured in Iraq in March 2007, and is accused of orchestrating the killings of five U.S. soldiers. The U.S. left Daqduq in Iraqi custody when U.S. troops formally withdrew in December. But the Obama administration is seeking to try him before a military commission. Wsthiq Khuzaie/AP hide caption

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Hell and Back Again focuses on Sgt. Nathan Harris' life on the battlefield in Afghanistan and at home in North Carolina. Courtesy Danfung Dennis hide caption

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One Marine's Journey To 'Hell And Back Again'
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Traumatic brain injuries are most often caused by powerful blasts from improvised explosive devices. A roadside bomb explodes, and the concussive effect violently shakes the brain inside the skull. Stefano Rellandini/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Army Moves To Act Fast On Battlefield Brain Injuries
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U.S. To Scale Back Diplomatic Staff In Iraq
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How Should We Welcome Home Iraq War Veterans?
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In Iraqi Killings Case, Marine Takes Plea Deal
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After a 20-year absence, Aseel Albanna returned to her native Iraq and found a very different country. Here, she poses with the statue of King Shahryar, a character in The Thousand and One Nights, near the Tigris River in Baghdad. Sean Carberry/NPR hide caption

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After 20 Years, An Iraqi Returns To A Changed Land
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