Family members mourn the death of three relatives: a father, his teenage son, and a male relative - who were shot and killed by U.S. Marines after their car allegedly did not stop while passing a building occupied by U.S. Marines. The victims' relatives were awaiting their return, and did not know about the incident until relatives towed the car, containing the three bodies, to the family's home.
Bodies lay on top of each other in the morgue of al-Kindi hospital Tuesday April 8, 2003 in Baghdad.
Families leave Basra in southern Iraq, across one of the town's bridges manned by British soldiers.
An Iraqi woman screams upon arriving with her wounded husband and son at al-Kindi hospital Tuesday, April 8, 2003 in Baghdad. Hospitals across the city of 5 million people are filling up with so many casualties that they've stopped counting the number of patients, the International Committee of the Red Cross says.
Relatives of Mohammed Jaber Hassan weep over his coffin at the Mohammed Sakran cemetary outside Baghdad, Saturday, March 29, 2003. Hassan, 22, died late Thursday when a bomb fell on a busy Baghdad market, killing 52 and wounding scores. Over 15 victims were buried at the same time.
Two children lay dead in the morgue of Al Nur hospital, following a bomb that landed in a busy market in the Al Shula'a district of West Baghdad Friday March 28, 2003, killing dozens, according to local hospital sources, and wounding scores.
An Iraqi civilian sits blindfolded after being detained by United States Marines Thursday, April 3, 2003 at a forward camp in central Iraq. Marines said the man approached the camp in the early morning hours, was detained after acting strangely, and would be moved to another camp later for questioning with an interpreter.
A young Iraqi girl looks out from behind two sheets of corrugated iron in Umm Qasr, southern Iraq, March 31 2003.
An Iraqi woman and children are caught in crossfire while taking cover in a ditch during street fighting in northern Baghad, Iraq Sunday, April 6, 2003.
An Iraqi man comforts his 4-year-old son at a regroupment center for POWs of the 101st Airborne Division near An Najaf, Iraq Monday, March 31, 2003. The man was seized in An Najaf with his son and the U.S. military did not want to separate father and son.
Shehad Khalil, 7, lays in Al-Numan hospital after she was seriously wounded when a missile reportedly landed in a residential neighborhood of Baghdad, Monday, March 24, 2003, killing three and wounding 23.
Members of the Amer family pray over the remains of their family members in their home after a bomb landed in a busy market in the Al Shula'a district of West Baghdad, Friday March 28 2003.
Iraqi young men struggle to get boxes with food from a trailer brought to Safwan, Iraq by the Kuwait Red Crescent on Wednesday, March 26, 2003. The humanitarian aid in three trailers was escorted by Royal Marines.
The bodies of dead Iraqis killed in overnight bombings lay on stretchers outside the morgue at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital, Friday, April 4, 2003.
An Iraqi child who reportedly suffered burns during the overnight bombing raid over Baghdad, cries as he is picked up by his mother outside the emergency room of a local Baghdad hospital, Saturday March 22 2003.
An Iraqi child sits on the ground as 2nd Royal Tank Regiment of the British Army passes by in the background, near Basra, Iraq, Wednesday March 26, 2003.
British Royal Air Force medic Craig Short tends to the stitches on the stomach of a six-year-old Iraqi boy who sustained shrapnel injuries from artillery fire near Basra, southern Iraq, Friday March 28, 2003.
An Iraqi family leaves Basra in southern Iraq in this photo made available Sunday, March 30, 2003, while a British soldier looks on.
Iraqi women reach out with empty water containers as British soldiers arrive to supply the outskirts of Iraqi's southern city of Basra with drinking water, Friday, April 4, 2003.