Saint2 : They are someone's son, someone's daughter. They live, breathe and suffer pain like we do.
A man kissed the body of his two-year-old son, Akeel Faisal Ghazi, who was killed in the minibus bombing the Huriya district. The attack was the deadliest blast in the capital in more than three months. The hospital issued gloves to the people who were handling the bodies and remains of the victims.
Photo: Karim Kadim/Associated Press Iraqis mourned during a funeral for a civilian killed in the bombing in Baghdad's Huriya district.
Photo: Ceerwan Aziz/Reuters
Labels: bombing, death, violence