News Footage / Apr 7, 2013

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In Baghdad square, varied life paths since statue felled It was an iconic moment, viewed by people around the world on television, that came to symbolise the fall of Iraq's capital Baghdad on April 9, 2003. But residents have different memories of the decade since the statue of Saddam Hussein in Firdos Square was famously toppled, among them three men, who work just metres apart. Images and soundbites
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Baghdad Iraq Middle East Western Asia Asia
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Statue Sculpture (Object) Sculpture (Art) Art Culture Historical Footage News Footage AFP

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