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US attacks Iraqi wedding, kills 41
Updated: 2004-05-20 16:35

Iraqis mourn over the coffin of one killed during a wedding in this image from television, in Ramadi, Iraq, Wednesday, May 19, 2004, following an alleged missile attack by U.S. Armed Forces. [AP Photo] 

Iraqi men walk to a funeral procession in the cemetery in Ramadi, Iraq, May 19, 2004. Al Arabiya television said at least 41 civilians were killed in a U.S. air raid on an Iraqi village celebrating a wedding near the Syrian border. The Dubai-based network, quoting eyewitnesses in the town of al-Qaim, said the frontier village of Makr al-Deeb was attacked before dawn. [Reuters]

A video grab shows an Iraqi man looking at a body in the cemetery in Ramadi, following a reported U.S. attack in a nearby village, Iraq, May 19, 2004. U.S. forces killed dozens of people in Iraq's western desert, the army said on Thursday, but reports the victims were civilians at a wedding sparked outrage. [Reuters]

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