An U.S. transport helicopter takes off at sunset from the Green Zone, a heavily guarded area where foreign embassies and Iraq's parliament are based, in Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 16, 2005.
An Iraqi soldier loads ballot boxes in a truck before shipping them for vote counting in Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 16, 2005.
An elderly Iraqi woman casts her vote in Iraq's constitution referendum, in Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 15, 2005. Iraqis vote Saturday to give a "yes" or "no" to a constitution that would define democracy in Iraq, a country once ruled by Saddam Hussein and now sharply divided among its Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish communities.
Iraqi women wait in line to vote in Iraq's constitution referendum in Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 15, 2005.
A child looks on as Iraqi Interior Ministry special forces patrol the streets of Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 14, 2005. U.S. and Iraqi forces stepped up security across Iraq and prepared to impose an overnight curfew in an effort to reduce insurgent attacks aimed at wrecking this weekend's constitutional referendum.
Iraqis carry a boy wounded by a roadside bomb that targeted a U.S. military convoy into an emergency room in Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 14, 2005.
An Iraqi man looks at US soldiers securing the site of a road side bomb attack that targeted an US military convoy in Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 14, 2005.
Iraqi border guards patrol at the Safwan border crossing between Iraq and Kuwait, Oct. 13, 2005.
Iraqis clear debris outside damaged buildings in Ramadi, Iraq, Oct. 13, 2005. U.S. aircraft launched strikes the previous night, killing one woman and wounding four other people.
President Bush waves goodbye as he finishes from the White House speaking via video teleconference to American troops from the 42nd Infantry Division on duty in Tikrit, Iraq, Oct. 13, 2005.
Iraqi rescue workers prepare to carry the charred body of one of the two Iraqi policemen killed when a car bomb hit their patrol vehicle in Kirkuk, Iraq, Oct. 13, 2005.
An Iraqi policeman examines the remains of car that exploded as an Iraqi government convoy was driving by in Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 12, 2005.
Iraqi army soldiers stand next to a blindfolded suspected insurgent in Baqouba, Iraq, Oct. 11, 2005. Following an attack against one of their patrols, the Iraqi army organized a large-scale search of the area which led to the arrest of Yahya Zakryaa, and seven other suspected militants, and capture of an important amount of weapons and explosives, Major Karim Al-Zihaari of the Iraqi army said.
Two Iraqi women talk in front of a banner that reads: "No for the terrorism of the government, Yes for the law of the state," prior the start of a conference for several Iraq Sunni Muslim humanitarian organizations in Baghdad, October 10, 2005.
An Iraqi man looks at a copy of the country's new constitution at a distribution center in Najaf, Iraq, Oct. 10, 2005.
U.S. soldiers walk by a wreck caused by a car bomb in Baghdad Oct. 11, 2005, following an attack on a police patrol that wounded four Iraqi policemen.
A blindfolded Iraqi suspected insurgent leans against a wall at an Iraqi interior ministry special forces base after being captured in an overnight raid in Baghdad Oct. 10 2005.
An Iraqi food distribution agent carries new constitution copies as others line up to receive them in Baghdad Oct. 10 2005. Copies of the draft constitution are sent to Iraqis together with their food rations.
Iraqi policemen secure the area of a suicide car bomb attack together with U.S. soldiers in Baghdad Oct. 10, 2005.
A U.S. soldier walks at the scene of a suicide car bomb attack in Baghdad Oct. 10 2005.