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Recovery from reconstruction

<p>Iraqi children, (L-R) Rebaz, 12, Omer, 7, Muhammad, 12, Hussein 7, and Imad, 11, who were injured during the Iraq war, pose during a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. The children have undergone multiple reconstructive surgery and attend the daily therapy sessions run by the French aid organization Medicins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders).  REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Iraqi children, (L-R) Rebaz, 12, Omer, 7, Muhammad, 12, Hussein 7, and Imad, 11, who were injured during the Iraq war, pose during a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. The children have undergone...more

Iraqi children, (L-R) Rebaz, 12, Omer, 7, Muhammad, 12, Hussein 7, and Imad, 11, who were injured during the Iraq war, pose during a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. The children have undergone multiple reconstructive surgery and attend the daily therapy sessions run by the French aid organization Medicins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders). REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Imad, an 11-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009.  REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Imad, an 11-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Imad, an 11-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Hajar, an 11-year-old Iraqi girl who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009.  REUTERS/Ali Jarekji </p>

Hajar, an 11-year-old Iraqi girl who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Hajar, an 11-year-old Iraqi girl who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Omer, a 7-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009.  REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Omer, a 7-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Omer, a 7-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Imad, an 11-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009.   REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Imad, an 11-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Imad, an 11-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Hajar and Hussein, Iraqi children who were injured during the war, play during a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009.   REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Hajar and Hussein, Iraqi children who were injured during the war, play during a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Hajar and Hussein, Iraqi children who were injured during the war, play during a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Omer (L) and Hussein, Iraqi children who were injured during the Iraq war, play during a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009.   REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Omer (L) and Hussein, Iraqi children who were injured during the Iraq war, play during a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Omer (L) and Hussein, Iraqi children who were injured during the Iraq war, play during a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Hussein, a 7-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009.   REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Hussein, a 7-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Hussein, a 7-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Omer, (white bandage), 7, and Imad, 11, Iraqi children who were injured during the war, attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009.  REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Omer, (white bandage), 7, and Imad, 11, Iraqi children who were injured during the war, attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Omer, (white bandage), 7, and Imad, 11, Iraqi children who were injured during the war, attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Hanan, a 13-year-old Iraqi who has undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, poses during a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman December 21, 2008.  REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Hanan, a 13-year-old Iraqi who has undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, poses during a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman December 21, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Hanan, a 13-year-old Iraqi who has undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, poses during a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman December 21, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Dia Aldeen, an 11-year-old Iraqi who has undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, December 21, 2008.   REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Dia Aldeen, an 11-year-old Iraqi who has undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, December 21, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Dia Aldeen, an 11-year-old Iraqi who has undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, December 21, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Dia Aldeen, an 11-year-old Iraqi who has undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, December 21, 2008.   REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Dia Aldeen, an 11-year-old Iraqi who has undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, December 21, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Dia Aldeen, an 11-year-old Iraqi who has undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, December 21, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Young Iraqis, who have undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, December 21, 2008.   REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Young Iraqis, who have undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, December 21, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Young Iraqis, who have undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, December 21, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Fatima (L), 9, and Abed Al Rahman,2, who have undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, December 21, 2008.    REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Fatima (L), 9, and Abed Al Rahman,2, who have undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, December 21, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Fatima (L), 9, and Abed Al Rahman,2, who have undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, December 21, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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<p>Muhammad, a 12-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009.   REUTERS/Ali Jarekji</p>

Muhammad, a 12-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Muhammad, a 12-year-old Iraqi boy who was injured during the Iraq war, attends a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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