IRAQ WAR TAJI
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An U.S. soldier stands next to a truck in a military base in the city of Mosul, north of Iraq June 2008. For many Americans, it’s about a rising toll — nearly 4,000 U.S. military deaths and nearly 30,000 wounded — with no end in sight. Iraqis count their dead and injured in much higher figures — hundreds of thousands at least — and see entire neighborhoods changed by the millions who have fled for safer havens. VP/ZZ

Bullets cover by sand are seen in a military base in the city of Mosul, north of Iraq June 2008. For many Americans, it’s about a rising toll — nearly 4,000 U.S. military deaths and nearly 30,000 wounded — with no end in sight. Iraqis count their dead and injured in much higher figures — hundreds of thousands at least — and see entire neighborhoods changed by the millions who have fled for safer havens. VP/ZZ

U.S. soldiers talk with residents inside of a house looking for militants and explosives in the city of Mosul, north of Iraq June 2008. For many Americans, it’s about a rising toll — nearly 4,000 U.S. military deaths and nearly 30,000 wounded — with no end in sight. Iraqis count their dead and injured in much higher figures — hundreds of thousands at least — and see entire neighborhoods changed by the millions who have fled for safer havens. VP/ZZ

U.S. soldiers patrol looking for militants and explosives in the city of Mosul, north of Iraq June 2008. For many Americans, it’s about a rising toll — nearly 4,000 U.S. military deaths and nearly 30,000 wounded — with no end in sight. Iraqis count their dead and injured in much higher figures — hundreds of thousands at least — and see entire neighborhoods changed by the millions who have fled for safer havens. VP/ZZ

U.S. soldiers patrol looking for militants and explosives in the city of Mosul, north of Iraq June 2008. For many Americans, it’s about a rising toll — nearly 4,000 U.S. military deaths and nearly 30,000 wounded — with no end in sight. Iraqis count their dead and injured in much higher figures — hundreds of thousands at least — and see entire neighborhoods changed by the millions who have fled for safer havens. VP/ZZ stands next to a truck in a military base in the city of Mosul, north of Iraq June 2008. For many Americans, it’s about a rising toll — nearly 4,000 U.S. military deaths and nearly 30,000 wounded — with no end in sight. Iraqis count their dead and injured in much higher figures — hundreds of thousands at least — and see entire neighborhoods changed by the millions who have fled for safer havens. VP/ZZ

An U.S. soldier tlaks with an Iraqi women as he stands guard during a patrol in the city of Mosul, north of Iraq June 2008. For many Americans, it’s about a rising toll — nearly 4,000 U.S. military deaths and nearly 30,000 wounded — with no end in sight. Iraqis count their dead and injured in much higher figures — hundreds of thousands at least — and see entire neighborhoods changed by the millions who have fled for safer havens. VP/ZZ

U.S. soldiers listen instructions before a patrol in the city of Mosul, north of Iraq June 2008. For many Americans, it’s about a rising toll — nearly 4,000 U.S. military deaths and nearly 30,000 wounded — with no end in sight. Iraqis count their dead and injured in much higher figures — hundreds of thousands at least — and see entire neighborhoods changed by the millions who have fled for safer havens. VP/ZZ

An U.S. soldier patrols near Iraqi children in the city of Mosul, north of Iraq June 2008. For many Americans, it’s about a rising toll — nearly 4,000 U.S. military deaths and nearly 30,000 wounded — with no end in sight. Iraqis count their dead and injured in much higher figures — hundreds of thousands at least — and see entire neighborhoods changed by the millions who have fled for safer havens. VP/ZZ

U.S. soldier await for transportation in a military base in the city of Taji, center of Iraq May 2007. For many Americans, it’s about a rising toll — nearly 4,000 U.S. military deaths and nearly 30,000 wounded — with no end in sight. Iraqis count their dead and injured in much higher figures — hundreds of thousands at least — and see entire neighborhoods changed by the millions who have fled for safer havens. VP/ZZ

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