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A composite shows pictures taken from posters pasted on the coffins of killed AL-Arabiya journalists Ali al-Khatib (R) and Ali Abdel Aziz both Iraqi nationals 19 March 2004, during their funeral. Al-Khatib was shot in the head along with his cameraman Ali Abdul Aziz, in an incident last night which occurred near the Burj al-Hayat hotel in central Baghdad, the target of a rocket attack. "My brother had asked US forces if they could film the Burj al-Hayat hotel and they told him it was fine. Moments later, a Volvo did not stop at the checkpoint and the soldiers opened fire," said the cameraman's brother Haidar Abdul Aziz. "My brother and his colleague wanted to leave, they ran to their car and an armoured vehicle opened fire on them." AFP PHOTO/STR (Photo by AFP) (Photo by -/AFP via Getty Images)
A composite shows pictures taken from posters pasted on the coffins of killed AL-Arabiya journalists Ali al-Khatib (R) and Ali Abdel Aziz both Iraqi nationals 19 March 2004, during their funeral. Al-Khatib was shot in the head along with his cameraman Ali Abdul Aziz, in an incident last night which occurred near the Burj al-Hayat hotel in central Baghdad, the target of a rocket attack. "My brother had asked US forces if they could film the Burj al-Hayat hotel and they told him it was fine. Moments later, a Volvo did not stop at the checkpoint and the soldiers opened fire," said the cameraman's brother Haidar Abdul Aziz. "My brother and his colleague wanted to leave, they ran to their car and an armoured vehicle opened fire on them." AFP PHOTO/STR (Photo by AFP) (Photo by -/AFP via Getty Images)
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