An Iraqi man swings a hammer at the base of a statue of Saddam Hussein downtown Bagdhad Wednesday April 9, 2003. A crowd of Iraqis, with the help of U.S. Marines, toppled a 40-foot statue of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in a main square of the capital Wednesday, pelting it with garbage and shoes and dragging the head through the streets. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
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