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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAY DESHMUKH AND NAFIA ABDEL JABBAR An Iraqi worker unloads cardboard boxes from the storage compartments of a bus at Baghdad's international bus station, 09 November 2007. The boxes belong to Iraqi refugees returning back home after they had fled their county due to the ravaging sectarian violence. Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said that 7,000 Iraqi families have returned due to the improvement in the security situation. The United Nations says more than four million Iraqis have been displaced since the March 2003 US-led invasion but primarily since the outbreak of the sectarian violence, half of them seeking refuge in Syria and Jordan. AFP PHOTO/ALI YUSSEF (Photo credit should read ALI YUSSEF/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAY DESHMUKH AND NAFIA ABDEL JABBAR An Iraqi worker unloads cardboard boxes from the storage compartments of a bus at Baghdad's international bus station, 09 November 2007. The boxes belong to Iraqi refugees returning back home after they had fled their county due to the ravaging sectarian violence. Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said that 7,000 Iraqi families have returned due to the improvement in the security situation. The United Nations says more than four million Iraqis have been displaced since the March 2003 US-led invasion but primarily since the outbreak of the sectarian violence, half of them seeking refuge in Syria and Jordan. AFP PHOTO/ALI YUSSEF (Photo credit should read ALI YUSSEF/AFP/Getty Images)
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An Iraqi worker unloads cardboard boxes from the storage compartments... News Photo 77877991Baghdad,Box,Bus,Cardboard,Horizontal,International,Iraq,Iraq War 2003-2011,Occupation,Station,Storage,Storage Compartment,War,unloadsPhotographer Collection: AFP 2007 AFPTO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JAY DESHMUKH AND NAFIA ABDEL JABBAR An Iraqi worker unloads cardboard boxes from the storage compartments of a bus at Baghdad's international bus station, 09 November 2007. The boxes belong to Iraqi refugees returning back home after they had fled their county due to the ravaging sectarian violence. Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said that 7,000 Iraqi families have returned due to the improvement in the security situation. The United Nations says more than four million Iraqis have been displaced since the March 2003 US-led invasion but primarily since the outbreak of the sectarian violence, half of them seeking refuge in Syria and Jordan. AFP PHOTO/ALI YUSSEF (Photo credit should read ALI YUSSEF/AFP/Getty Images)