SSgt. Lonnie Roberts cries at a memorial service Wednesday, April 16, 2003, in Baghdad for PV2 Gregory R. Huxley Jr., 19, of Forestport, N.Y. who was killed in action April 6th when the armored personnel carrier he was riding in was hit by a rocket propelled grenade. Huxley had just finished basic training five months earlier. Roberts was the squad leader and was riding in the carrier at the time of the incident.
Ahmed Deyari, 14 year-old who suffered wounds in one arm and his face Wednesday during in shooting in Mosul, lies in Republican hospital of Mosul. Three Iraqis were killed and 11 wounded Wednesday during a shooting in Mosul, and some victims said U.S. troops shot at them.
U.S. forces arrest Iraqi a man, who lost his prosthetic limb in the scuffle, caught robbing the vaults of a burned out bank in central Baghdad Wednesday April 16, 2003. American troops raided the Rasheed Bank after hearing shots fired in the area and arrested more than a dozen men and removed dozens of sacks of Iraqi currency to their base.
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, arrives to deliver his speech as a picture of the late spritual leader, Ayatollah Khomeini is on the wall in Tehran, Iran, Wednesday, April 16, 2003. Khamenei said failure of the Iraqi Republican Guards in defending their country against U.S.-led coalition forces would remain "an eternal disgrace."
An Iraqi boy looks out of his family members as they wait for their turns to be treated at a makeshift clinic operated by the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah Wednesday, April 16, 2003.
A fantasy painting hangs on the wall of a safe house belonging to Saddam Hussein in Baghdad Wednesday, April 16, 2003. Saddam was said to live in his numerous safe houses for fear of assasination, using his palaces only for official events.
Shia Arab Sadi Qader Muhamad weeps as she stands in front of her home that was occupied by Kurds in recent days in Kirkuk, Iraq Wednesday April 16, 2003. Despite Kurdish assurances that the return of displaced Kurds will be orderly and legal some are taking the law into their own hands.
Sgt Tommy Tomiczek (left) and Cpl Macca McGarrity of an RAF bomb disposal team attached to 3 Regiment Army Air Corps discover what is thought to be the largest ammunition bunker system in Iraq, south of Al Amara, Tuesday, April 15, 2003.
An Iraqi boy is given a candy from his father as they wait for their car to be cleared at a checkpoint set up by U.S. Marines in the center of the northern Iraqi town of Tikrit, Wednesday, April 16, 2003.
A camel sits near U.S. soldiers as the soldiers stand guard near a presidential palace in Baghdad Tuesday, April 15, 2003. Coalition forces teamed up with Iraqis to bring order to cities ravaged by looting and lawlessness.
Some 400 Shiite Muslims march with the portraits of their religious leaders during a traditional rite to mourn martyrs at the Kademiya district, on the outskirts of Baghdad on Tuesday, April 15, 2003. The rite was held for the first time in 26 years after the end of tight controls.
A pile of hundreds of AK-47 automatic rifles are seen burning after they were destroyed by U.S. Marines in Salah Al-Deen Military Hospital in the northern Iraqi town of Tikrit. A huge arms cache consisting of thousands of rifles, ammunition and mines was found in the hospital of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit.
United States Marines, from left, Pfc. Christopher Harmon, Lance Cpl. T.J. Monthie and Lance Cpl. Josh Carbajal of Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines, take custody of an Iraqi man outside his house in Baghdad, who neighborhood residents say was a Baath Party loyalist and was threatening and shooting at neighbors who spoke to American troops.
A staue of President Saddam Hussein looms over a U.S. soldier manning a checkpoint at one of Hussein's presidential palaces in Baghdad, on Tuesday, April 15, 2003.
Shiite Muslims brandish swords as they celebrate a revival of their traditional rite to mourn martyrs at the Kademiya district, on the outskirts of Baghdad, Tuesday, April 15, 2003. Some 400 Shiite Muslims took part in the rite, which was held for the first time in 26 years after the end of tight controls.
An equestrian statue of Saddam Hussein is silhouetted over burning garbage at a U.S. Marines checkpoint in the center of the northern Iraqi town of Tikrit, early Wednesday, April 16, 2003. The U.S. military set up cordons around President Saddam Hussein's hometown Tikrit to prevent regime leaders from escaping.
Once cleared at a checkpoint set up by U.S. troops in the outskirts of the Iraqi northern town of Tikrit, residents return home Wednesday, April 16, 2003, after fleeing the city days ago to escape fighting. The U.S. military set up cordons around President Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit to prevent regime leaders from escaping.
Sgt Willis William, of Flagstaff, Ariz., with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, shakes hands with an Iraqi boy during a patrol at a park in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, Tuesday, April 15, 2003.
Iraqi men try to cut off the head of a statue of Iraqi president Saddam Hussein outside the Ministry for Communication, in the center of Baghdad, Wednesday, April 16, 2003.