An injured Iraqi youth cries as U.S. soldier helps him to get onto a vehicle transfering him to a local Iraqi hospital after he was treated at the 28th Combat Support hospital in Baghdad

 
An injured Iraqi youth cries as U.S. soldier helps him to get onto a vehicle transfering him to a local Iraqi hospital after he was treated at the 28th Combat Support hospital in Baghdad
An injured Iraqi youth cries as a U.S. soldier helps him to get onto a vehicle transferring him to a local Iraqi hospital after he was treated at the 28th Combat Support hospital in Baghdad August 22, 2007. The 28th Combat Support Hospital, based in Baghdad's fortified Green Zone, is one of busiest military emergency rooms in the world. Medics there treat U.S. and Iraqi combat casualties and some Iraqi civilians. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ)