April 2003
Time;4/21/2003, Vol. 161 Issue 16, p24
Presents a photographic essay showing the chaos surrounding the regime change in Iraq. Looting in Baghdad and the northern city of Kirkuk; Head of a statue of Saddam Hussein being carried off; Kurds cheering in the northern town of Arbil; American soldiers playing table tennis at a presidential palace in Baghdad; A United States Marine carrying a wounded comrade during an Iraqi artillery attack; A medic helping an Iraqi man who was shot by looters; Men identifying a dead family member; Iraqi boy looking at a painting of a Barbie doll on a wardrobe door.


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