Al-Aima bridge reopens in Baghdad

Al-Aima bridge reopens in Baghdad
U.S. soldiers stand guard in front of the Sunni Muslim Abu Hanifa al-Naaman in the Adhamiyah district of Baghdad on the eastern banks close to the Al-Aima bridge which spans the Tigris River linking the centuries-old neighborhoods of Kadhimiyah and Adhamiyah, the former named for a revered Shiite shrine and the latter built around the tomb of a famed Sunni lawmaker, on November 11, 2008. (UPI Photo/Ali Jasim)
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