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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PRASHANT RAO Ayad Ghazi Musleh, a surgeon at Haditha's hospital, talks about the 2005 fatal shooting of 24 Iraqi civilians by US troops in the predominantly Sunni Anbar province in western Iraq during an interview on January 24, 2012 at his office in the town of around 80,000 people where the killings took place. The 45-year-old civil servant and father of five, is one of Haditha residents and relatives of those killed by US troops in 2005 who have voiced shock and disgust over the light sentence meted out to a US soldier involved in the massacre. AFP PHOTO/ AZHAR SHALLAL (Photo credit should read AZHAR SHALLAL/AFP/GettyImages)
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PRASHANT RAO Ayad Ghazi Musleh, a surgeon at Haditha's hospital, talks about the 2005 fatal shooting of 24 Iraqi civilians by US troops in the predominantly Sunni Anbar province in western Iraq during an interview on January 24, 2012 at his office in the town of around 80,000 people where the killings took place. The 45-year-old civil servant and father of five, is one of Haditha residents and relatives of those killed by US troops in 2005 who have voiced shock and disgust over the light sentence meted out to a US soldier involved in the massacre. AFP PHOTO/ AZHAR SHALLAL (Photo credit should read AZHAR SHALLAL/AFP/GettyImages)
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