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Bird's eye view of a wounded city

The massive Rahman Mosque in Baghdad’s Mansour district was meant to be one of Saddam Hussein’s crowning achievements. Construction of the mosque was interrupted by the U.S.-led invasion in March 2003 and never resumed.
Saad Khalaf / Los Angeles Times
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