Iraq Transitions As U.S. Forces Withdraw After 8-Year Presence : Fotografía de noticias

Iraq Transitions As U.S. Forces Withdraw After 8-Year Presence

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BAGHDAD, IRAQ - DECEMBER 12: Orphans who lost parents in war-related violence (L to R) Lubna Qais, Suha Qais, Nabaa Qais, Randa Monam, Marwa Hassan, Warud Walid and Doha Qais stand in the orphanage where they now live on December 12, 2011 in Baghdad, Iraq. Estimates suggest there may be more than one million orphans currently in the country, with many having lost parents to war-related violence. Iraq is transitioning nearly nine years after the 2003 U.S. invasion and subsequent occupation. American forces are now in the midst of the final stage of withdrawal from the war-torn country. At least 4,485 U.S. military personnel have died in service in Iraq. According to the Iraq Body Count, more than 100,000 Iraqi civilians have died from war-related violence. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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BAGHDAD, IRAQ - DECEMBER 12: Orphans who lost parents in war-related violence (L to R) Lubna Qais, Suha Qais, Nabaa Qais, Randa Monam, Marwa Hassan, Warud Walid and Doha Qais stand in the orphanage where they now live on December 12, 2011 in Baghdad, Iraq. Estimates suggest there may be more than one million orphans currently in the country, with many having lost parents to war-related violence. Iraq is transitioning nearly nine years after the 2003 U.S. invasion and subsequent occupation. American forces are now in the midst of the final stage of withdrawal from the war-torn country. At least 4,485 U.S. military personnel have died in service in Iraq. According to the Iraq Body Count, more than 100,000 Iraqi civilians have died from war-related violence. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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Orphans who lost parents in warrelated violence Lubna Qais Suha Qais... Fotografía de noticias 135637591Bagdad,Conflicto,Guerra,Guerra de Irak 2003-2011,Horizontal,Huérfano,Irak,Orfanato,Oriente Medio,Padres,Temas sociales,ViolenciaPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2011 Getty ImagesBAGHDAD, IRAQ - DECEMBER 12: Orphans who lost parents in war-related violence (L to R) Lubna Qais, Suha Qais, Nabaa Qais, Randa Monam, Marwa Hassan, Warud Walid and Doha Qais stand in the orphanage where they now live on December 12, 2011 in Baghdad, Iraq. Estimates suggest there may be more than one million orphans currently in the country, with many having lost parents to war-related violence. Iraq is transitioning nearly nine years after the 2003 U.S. invasion and subsequent occupation. American forces are now in the midst of the final stage of withdrawal from the war-torn country. At least 4,485 U.S. military personnel have died in service in Iraq. According to the Iraq Body Count, more than 100,000 Iraqi civilians have died from war-related violence. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)