U.S. Soldiers In Iraq Mark Memorial Day

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Byproduct Of Iraq's Wars: A World-Class Surgeon

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Iraqi jockeys battle during a race last year at the track in Baghdad. Muhannad Fala'ah/Getty Images hide caption

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Tradition Thrives At Baghdad Equestrian Club

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Iraqis inspect the damage at the site of a car bomb blast May 13 outside a cafe in Baghdad's Shiite district of Sadr City. An increase in violence amid the country's political stalemate has many Iraqis fearful and making plans to leave. Ahmad al-Rubaye/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Iraqi Angst Grows Amid Political Stalemate, Violence

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Cpt. Juan Guerrero was one of 200 disabled athletes chosen to attend the 2010 Inaugural Warrior Games in Colorado Springs, Co. Katie Hayes for NPR hide caption

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Injured Troops Go For Gold In Warrior Games

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The Army's 1st Battalion, 41st Field Artillery was redeployed to Joint Security Station Loyalty, where troops will assist Iraqi federal police. Peter Kenyon/NPR hide caption

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As Some U.S. Troops Leave Iraq, Others Settle In

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Iraq's Baath Party Members Still Political Targets

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Iraq's Shiites Unite To Try To Form New Government

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Man's Best Friend Helps Heal War Wounds

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Rights Group Reports Abuses In Secret Iraq Prisons

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Discord Over Election, Recount Cloud Iraq's Future

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Our Man In Iraq Leaves

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Iraq's Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki displays photographs of a man identified by the Iraqi government as al-Qaida in Iraq leader Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. Maliki announced the deaths of Baghdadi and another al-Qaida leader, Abu Ayyub al-Masri, on Monday. Iraqi Prime Minister office/Getty Images hide caption

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Iraq Credited With Deaths Of Al-Qaida Figures

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Iraq: Al-Qaida Leaders Killed, Election Recount

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