IRAQ-BAGHDADLIFE : News Photo

IRAQ-BAGHDADLIFE

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A vendor in Baghdad chops up cantaloupe to make fresh juice. Despite the fierce fighting in northern and western Iraq, war-hardened Baghdad residents still go about their lives, crowding the city's bazaars, restaurants, malls and parks. But they don't expect the calm to last. (Hannah Allam/MCT via Getty Images)
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A vendor in Baghdad chops up cantaloupe to make fresh juice. Despite the fierce fighting in northern and western Iraq, war-hardened Baghdad residents still go about their lives, crowding the city's bazaars, restaurants, malls and parks. But they don't expect the calm to last. (Hannah Allam/MCT via Getty Images)
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Date created:
July 14, 2014
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452151394
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Tribune News Service
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A vendor in Baghdad chops up cantaloupe to make fresh juice Despite... News Photo2014 Northern Iraq Offensive,Baghdad,Cantaloupe,Conflict,Crisis,Freshness,Iraq,Juice,Vendor,VerticalPhotographer Collection: Tribune News Service 2014 MCTA vendor in Baghdad chops up cantaloupe to make fresh juice. Despite the fierce fighting in northern and western Iraq, war-hardened Baghdad residents still go about their lives, crowding the city's bazaars, restaurants, malls and parks. But they don't expect the calm to last. (Hannah Allam/MCT via Getty Images)