Sheik Fassal al Gaood talks with McClatchy Baghdad bureau chief Leila Fadel June 3, 2007 in the lobby of the Mansour hotel in Baghdad, Iraq. al Gaood was one of the six tribal leaders assasinated by an unknown bomber in the same hotel, Monday, June 25, 2007. (Mohammed al Dulaimy/MCT)
Sheik Fassal al Gaood talks with McClatchy Baghdad bureau chief Leila Fadel June 3, 2007 in the lobby of the Mansour hotel in Baghdad, Iraq. al Gaood was one of the six tribal leaders assasinated by an unknown bomber in the same hotel, Monday, June 25, 2007. (Mohammed al Dulaimy/MCT) Mohammed al Dulaimy, MCT
Sheik Fassal al Gaood talks with McClatchy Baghdad bureau chief Leila Fadel June 3, 2007 in the lobby of the Mansour hotel in Baghdad, Iraq. al Gaood was one of the six tribal leaders assasinated by an unknown bomber in the same hotel, Monday, June 25, 2007. (Mohammed al Dulaimy/MCT) Mohammed al Dulaimy, MCT

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