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f / Injured Iraqi Shiite Sajjad Hadi, 11, poses in front of his familys home in Ghazaliah, 25 kms (17 miles) west of Baghdad, 15 March 2004. Two children, Sajjad and his brother Haidar, were lightly
Injured Iraqi Shiite Sajjad Hadi, 11, poses in front of his familys home in Ghazaliah, 25 kms (17 miles) west of Baghdad, 15 March 2004. Two children, Sajjad and his brother Haidar, were lightly injured when an small bomb exploded outside their house which is a meeting point for Shiite residents of the town during religious events. No further details were available on who could be behind the attack. A Shiite mosque under construction in the same town was blown up two days ago, and local residents blamed extremist Sunni Muslims. AFP PHOTO/Ahmad AL-RUBAYE
15/03/2004

f / Seven years old Iraqi child, Marawan Ahmed, is kissed by his mother before he goes for an Eco-Cardiogram (ECG) test at the
Seven years old Iraqi child, Marawan Ahmed, is kissed by his mother before he goes for an Eco-Cardiogram (ECG) test at the International Center for Cardio Thoracic and Vascular Diseases in Madras, 27 February 2004. Twenty Iraqi children suffering from various Cardiac problems came to the center for treatment sponsored by the New York based organisation, Christian Broadcasting Network. AFP PHOTO/Dibyangshu SARKAR
29/02/2004

طفلة عراقية في الحضانة تعاني مشكلات إعاقة جسدية

طفلان عراقيات في مستشفى الحلة الجامعي يعانيان الإصابة جراء إطلاق نار على يد قوات الاحتلال الأميركي

أياد عليم يرفع صورته قبل إصابته بالإعاقة البصرية جراء إصابته من مروحية أميركية أثناء لعبه في مزرعة والده بالحلة في العراق في أبريل/نيسان 2003


F_Iraqi children greet the Japanese Self-Defence Forces touring the schools of the southern Iraqi city of Samawa 25 January 2004. Japan plans to create 500 to 600 jobs in Samawa, as part of its effort to seek residents" support for Japanese troops, news reports said. Under the scheme, which will be implemented through the UN Human Settlements Program, residents will be hired to construct schools and other public houses. AFP PHOTO/Ahmad Al-RUBAYE
F_Iraqi children greet the Japanese Self-Defence Forces touring the schools of the southern Iraqi city of Samawa 25 January 2004. Japan plans to create 500 to 600 jobs in Samawa, as part of its effort to seek residents" support for Japanese troops, news reports said. Under the scheme, which will be implemented through the UN Human Settlements Program, residents will be hired to construct schools and other public houses. AFP PHOTO/Ahmad Al-RUBAYE
25/01/2004

f / A young girl pauses to reflect during an exam in Islamic studies at
A young girl pauses to reflect during an exam in Islamic studies at central Baghdad"s al-Umama school 17 January 2004, as mid-term exams kick off for Iraqi schoolchildren. Since the fall of the Saddam regime, Iraqi schools have been given a fresh lick of paint, and were purged of weapons and portraits of former dictator Saddam Hussein to allow five million schoolchidren a chance to regain a normal life. As part of this educators have scrapped all reference to Saddam and his Baath party from school manuals, including pictures, ideology and the infamous National Education course that glorified him. AFP PHOTO/Karim SAHIB
17/01/2004

مداهمات الجنود الأميركان منازل العراقيين وما يصحبها من تخويف وتريع للأطفال تسبب لهم أنواعا من الإعاقات النفسية

يمثل الليل وما يصحبه من أصوات انفجارات هاجس رعب يظهر على ملامح هؤلاء الأطفال الجالسين حول أمهم في بعقوبة بالعراق

طفل عراقي يزن بعد خمسة أشهر من مولده 2.5 كيلو جرام فقط ويعاني من أمراض سوء التغذية التي أثرت على نموه العقلي والجسدي يتلقى العلاج في مستشفى العلاوية في بغداد


Nine-year-old Iraqi Ashwaq (L) smokes
Nine-year-old Iraqi Ashwaq (L) smokes a cigarette as her friend Omar, 12, sniffs glue 27 June 2003, close to Fardous or Paradise Square in Baghdad. The children, orphans, spend nearly all the money they beg on solvents to sniff. According to the UN Children"s Fund (UNICEF), the number of children living in the streets of Baghdad has increased since the US-led war that toppled the regime of Saddam Hussein in April. UNICEF is preparing a study to assess the magnitude of the problem, which did not exist before the 1991 Gulf War, and determine the number of street children.تتتAFP PHOTO/Ramzi HAIDAR
09/07/2003

Twelve-year-old Iraqi Omar holds a bag of glue
Twelve-year-old Iraqi Omar holds a bag of glue to the face of Ashwaq, 9, as they sit under an old office desk close to Fardous or Paradise Square in Baghdad 27 June 2003. The children, orphans, spend nearly all the money they beg on solvents to sniff. According to the UN Children"s Fund (UNICEF), the number of children living in the streets of Baghdad has increased since the US-led war that toppled the regime of Saddam Hussein in April. UNICEF is preparing a study to assess the magnitude of the problem, which did not exist before the 1991 Gulf War, and determine the number of street children
09/07/2003

US soldiers talk to Iraqi children an hour
F_US soldiers talk to Iraqi children an hour prior to the opening ceremony of the new open-air Independence Market, in the center of Baghdad, 06 July 2003. According to the US military the market was formerly used for a variety of illegal activities and was closed down by the 1st Armoured Division following a raid dubbed
06/07/2003

Iraqi children jump into a canal near
: Iraqi children jump into a canal near an abandoned Iraqi tank 27 May 2003 in the city of Fallujah, 60km northwest of Baghdad, where two US soldiers were killed in a second day of guerrilla attacks. Two soldiers died and nine others were hurt when they came under attack with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms in the flashpoint town from a
27/05/2003

Children protect themselves from the
Children protect themselves from the sun using towels while attending Friday midday prayers outside Shiite Muslim al-Mohsen Mosque in Sadr City, a heavely populated district formerly known as Saddam City, during Friday midday prayers in Baghdad, 16 May 2003. AFP PHOTO/Tim CLARY
17/05/2003

Iraqi homeless chilren hang out in the street
TO GO WITH STORY IRAQ-CHILDREN Iraqi homeless chilren hang out in the street they live on surviving by begging for money from foreign journalists and US tank crews at the nearby Palestine Hotel 15 May 2003. Homeless children are the most vulnerable people in an increasingly dangerous city after the collapse of Saddam Hussein"s regime last month following the US-led attack on this country. AFP PHOTO/Romeo GACAD
15/05/2003

Iraqi homeless child Ahmed Abdullah Sallal
TO GO WITH STORY IRAQ-CHILDREN:- Iraqi homeless child Ahmed Abdullah Sallal, 12, lives on the streets begging for money from foreign journalists and US tank crews at the nearby Palestine Hotel 15 May 2003. Claiming abuse, he ran away from an orphanage in Baghdad during the war. After killing a man in his hometown at ten, he ran away and now is afraid to return to his mother in southern Iraq in case the murdered man"s family finds him and delivers its own form of justice. Ahmed is just one of thousands of homeless children who are the most vulnerable people in an increasingly dangerous city after the collapse of Saddam Hussein"s regime last month. AFP PHOTO/Romeo GACAD
15/05/2003

Ali Mustafa, 5, recuperates at the Qaddamiyyah
Ali Mustafa, 5, recuperates at the Qaddamiyyah Hospital in the wing for victims of cluster bombs, April 19, 2003. Ali was out playing with his siblings in their Baghdad garden on April 11 when they found a cluster bomb and it exploded.
20/04/2003

R_Iraqi girl Rosslal, aged 11 months, cries
R_Iraqi girl Rosslal, aged 11 months, cries in a Baghdad children"s hospital near her two year old sister Aya while both suffer from gastroenteritis due to poor drinking water April 18, 2003. Doctors in Baghdad report a marked increase in stomach ailments caused by the war damaged water supply. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
18/04/2003

Iraqi children wait at a US chechpoint
Iraqi children wait at a US chechpoint in the city of Tikrit 15 April 2003. The Pentagon said it was not yet ready to declare victory after nearly four weeks of war, but US commanders expressed hope the main stage of hostilities was over with the fall of toppled Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein"s hometown of Tikrit 14 April. AFP PHOTO/Joseph BARRAK
15/04/2003

Iraqi Kurdish children play beside
Iraqi Kurdish children play beside a creek in the village of Rahima Quta, some 15 kilometres east of Kirkuk in northern Iraq on April 6, 2003. U.S. jets have pounded Iraqi government positions around the key city of Kirkuk in recent days as the war on the northern front intensifies. The U.S. military is investigating an incident on Sunday in which U.S. special forces and their Kurdish allies are believed to have been killed in friendly fire near the city of Mosul. REUTERS/Nikola Solic REUTERS
06/04/2003

Iraqi children watch U.N. weapons inspectors as they arrive to
Iraqi children watch U.N. weapons inspectors as they arrive to search inside a medical appliance company in Baghdad January 10, 2003. U.N. arms experts continued on Friday their hunt for Iraq"s alleged weapons of mass destruction, a day after chief U.N. inspector Hans Blix said his team had not found "any smoking gun" so far. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem
10/01/2003

علي إسماعيل عباس طفل عراقي سوف يعيس بقية عمره بدون ذراعين بعد أن تسببت الصورايخ الأميركية أثناء حرب احتلال العراق في قطعهما


R/An injured Iraqi boy lies in his hospital bed in Falluja, 50 kms (30 miles) west of Baghdad, April 29, 2003
An injured Iraqi boy lies in his hospital bed in Falluja, 50 kms (30 miles) west of Baghdad, April 29, 2003. U.S. troops shot dead at least 13 Iraqis during an anti-American protest in the town overnight, witnesses said on Tuesday, in a clash likely to inflame anger at the U.S. presence in Iraq. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
29/04/2003

Young Iraqi boy stands neara U.S
Young Iraqi boy stands neara U.S. soldier at the check-point in Baghdad, April 13, 2003. U.S. Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said on Sunday that order was gradually being restored in Iraq, and that Iraqis were increasingly helping troops to stem looting and violence. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
13/04/2003

An Iraqi boy grips the general purpose
An Iraqi boy grips the general purpose machine gun (GPMG) of a British troop from the 1st Battalion the Parachute Regiment during foot patrols in Al Qurna, near Basra in southern Iraq April 13, 2003. Britain"s Secretary of Defence Geoff Hoon stated on British radio on Sunday that he was confident that either Saddam Hussein himself, or his remains, will be found, bringing justice to the leading elements of the regime that perpetrated horrors on the Iraqi people for many years. REUTERS/POOL/Chris Ison
13/04/2003

في مستشفى بغداد أبلغ الأطباء هذا الطفل أنه سيعيش معاقا بعين واحدة فقط

An injured Iraqi boy, whose parents
An injured Iraqi boy, whose parents were killed following U.S. air strikes, cries at a Baghdad hospital April 11, 2003. Scenes of anarchy on the streets of Baghdad have sounded alarm bells among government ministers and aid agencies, and defence analysts warn U.S. troops could face a dangerous law-and-order vacuum in Iraq. JAPAN OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVES REUTERS/Kyodo
11/04/2003


A member of the British Army helps
A member of the British Army helps an injured 2-year-old Iraqi boy named Abbas at a field hospital near the city of Basra in southern Iraq, April 8, 2003. British officials said a local
08/04/2003

An injured 2-year-old Iraqi boy named
An injured 2-year-old Iraqi boy named Abbas is seen at a U.S.-led forces field hospital near the city of Basra in southern Iraq, April 8, 2003. British officials said a local
08/04/2003

Ali Ismail Abbas, 12, wounded during
ATTENTION EDITORS RPT WITH ADDITIONAL CAPTION INFORMATION Ali Ismail Abbas, 12, wounded during an airstrike according to hospital sources, lies in a hospital bed in Baghdad, April 6, 2003. Abbas was fast asleep when war shattered his life. A missile obliterated his home and most of his family, leaving him orphaned, badly burned and blowing off both his arms.
07/04/2003

الأوضاع الاقتصادية في العراق
ازدياد نسبة عدد الأطفال العاملين في العراق بسبب الحالة الاقتصادية السيئة نتيجة العقوبات والحصار
26/06/2001
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محنة العراق
أطفال عراقيون يتلقون العلاج في إحدى المستشفيات عقب إصابتهم جراء القصف الأميركي في للبصرة
12/02/2001
ضحايا أسلحة اليورانيوم المنضب
محنة العراق
طفل عراقي مصاب باللوكيميا يبكي أثناء تلقيه العلاج في مستشفى أطفال صدام في بغداد
27/01/2001

محنة العراق
تدهور الحالة الصحية للأطفال العراقيين في ظل العقوبات والحصار
16/01/2001
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