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Iraqi soldiers are rounded up, stripped and interrogated by the U.S. Marine Scouts of the Second Tank Battalion after a short fire fight northeast of Baghdad, April 9, 2003.  Iraq's U.N. ambassador, Mohammed Aldouri, said on Wednesday 'the game is over' and he hoped the Iraqi people soon would be able to live in peace. Speaking to reporters in front of his residence and then at Iraq's mission to the United Nations, he said: 'The work now is peace. We hope that peace will prevail.'  Photo by Reuters (Handout)
Wed Apr 9, 7:13 PM ET

Iraqi soldiers are rounded up, stripped and interrogated by the U.S. Marine Scouts of the Second Tank Battalion after a short fire fight northeast of Baghdad, April 9, 2003. Iraq (news - web sites)'s U.N. ambassador, Mohammed Aldouri, said on Wednesday 'the game is over' and he hoped the Iraqi people soon would be able to live in peace. Speaking to reporters in front of his residence and then at Iraq's mission to the United Nations (news - web sites), he said: 'The work now is peace. We hope that peace will prevail.' Photo by Reuters (Handout)

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