In this photo taken May 1, 2011 Salim Rahim, right, and his family during an interview with The Associated Press after their return from Libya, in Baghdad, Iraq. Iraqis fleeing Syria are easily ... more 
In this photo taken May 1, 2011 Salim Rahim, right, and his family during an interview with The Associated Press after their return from Libya, in Baghdad, Iraq. Iraqis fleeing Syria are easily identifiable at the Baghdad bus station. They pull from the bus's undercarriage a sad array of worldy possessions: blankets and mattresses tied with cord, TVs, curtain rods, boxes from the U.N.'s refugee agency that once were filled with food aid now packed with clothes and baby toys. As violence sweeps Middle Eastern countries such as Libya, Syria and Yemen, Iraqis who fled the problems their country has endured for decades are beginning to return home. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Hadi Mizban
Fri, May 20, 2011 6:35 AM EDT