Inside Iraq

March 2003
Time International (South Pacific Edition);3/24/2003, Issue 11, p28
Presents photographs from Iraq. Preparations by Iraqi troops for a pending war; Citizens who are stocking up on supplies; People who are finding solace through prayer; Children who anticipate an invasion.


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