Ali Muhi Eldden has been searching for his sister-in-law Shadia Abdulbaki, since she disappeared in an August 19, 2009, suicide attack that killed 60 people in and around Iraq's Foreign Ministry in Baghdad. A police officer insists that she was alive after the attack. (Adam Ashton/Modesto Bee/MCT)
Ali Muhi Eldden has been searching for his sister-in-law Shadia Abdulbaki, since she disappeared in an August 19, 2009, suicide attack that killed 60 people in and around Iraq's Foreign Ministry in Baghdad. A police officer insists that she was alive after the attack. (Adam Ashton/Modesto Bee/MCT) Adam Ashton / Modesto Bee / MCT
Ali Muhi Eldden has been searching for his sister-in-law Shadia Abdulbaki, since she disappeared in an August 19, 2009, suicide attack that killed 60 people in and around Iraq's Foreign Ministry in Baghdad. A police officer insists that she was alive after the attack. (Adam Ashton/Modesto Bee/MCT) Adam Ashton / Modesto Bee / MCT

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