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Saturday, April 12, 2003
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Coalition casualities

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Armed residents of Baghdad who set up a checkpoint in their neighborhood to curb disorder and thievery catch a man suspected of looting on Friday. The residents checked passing cars, confiscated stolen goods and beat looters.

Treading cautiously amid chaos
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Neither Saddam Hussein nor George W. Bush rules Iraq. Lawlessness does. Story

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From Times staff writer Chuck Murphy in Afghanistan • Online journal

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John Pendygraft in Kuwait
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Photo gallery: In Iraq

Arlington burying its first casualties of war
ARLINGTON, Va. -- In Arlington National Cemetery, where the nation buries many of its war dead, horse-drawn caissons bear flag-draped coffins across a sea of white, military-issue tombstones. Buried here are those who served in Vietnam, Korea, the two World Wars, the Civil War, the American Revolution. Story
Changing Baghdad's doormat
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- There was a bit of unfinished business left over in Baghdad from the 1991 Persian Gulf War. The U.S. Army has taken care of it. Story
More Iraq reports:
Tikrit battle looms, but Iraqis start to flee
All semblance of control vanishes
Policing the peace is just part of war
Troops dealt an old tool

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