AP10ThingsToSee - Abu Nawas Street in Baghdad, Iraq, is shown on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 where a photograph of an Iraqi orphan, center, was taken by AP photographer Maya Alleruzzo in Ap

 

              AP10ThingsToSee - Abu Nawas Street in Baghdad, Iraq, is shown on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 where a photograph of an Iraqi orphan, center, was taken by AP photographer Maya Alleruzzo in Ap
AP10ThingsToSee - Abu Nawas Street in Baghdad, Iraq, is shown on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 where a photograph of an Iraqi orphan, center, was taken by AP photographer Maya Alleruzzo in April, 2003. The park that runs along Abu Nawas Street, named for an Arabic poet, is now a popular destination for families who are drawn by the manicured gardens, playgrounds and restaurants famous for a fish called mazgouf. Ten years ago, the park was home to a tribe of children orphaned by the war and was rife with crime. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo, File)