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Al Jazeera’s Al Jazeera Arabic team is in Baghdad, where we are covering the ongoing crisis of the Iraqi armed forces.

We have spoken to dozens of soldiers and civilians, and we have seen their injuries, their broken bones, their missing limbs.

We’ve seen a number of people who have lost their lives.

But we have also heard stories of life being restored.

We are reporting from a military base, and a soldier who lost his legs is now back in action, and is trying to return home.

A woman who was wounded in a gun battle is back on her feet and walking, and another soldier who was shot in the leg is on the run.

These soldiers are now back on duty, and in our studio we’re interviewing soldiers and doctors.

The situation is dire, and the army is struggling to cope.

The wounded are not allowed to leave the hospital until the government forces finish their surgery, and they have been denied permission to visit their families, who are still trapped in the city.

But the Iraqi government insists it is working with the UN to try and find those responsible for the shooting.

Many of the wounded are suffering from a form of arthritis, which causes them to fall or suffer severe pain, especially during physical exertion.

There is also an infection that causes the joint to become brittle and break.

There are some cases of severe infection that can cause death.

It’s estimated that there are hundreds of thousands of wounded soldiers and that many of them are fighting on their own, because they cannot get the medical attention they need.

But there are also many civilians, including women and children, who have been injured in the fighting.

We were able to visit the frontline area near Tikrit, which is one of the frontline points of the battle, and speak to many soldiers who were injured in that battle.

Our correspondent, Atef Baskaran, is in the frontline zone, and his team is interviewing the wounded.

They were asked by the Iraqi army to report to a nearby hospital, where they have come to.

There, they are being treated for wounds inflicted by sniper fire.

But their wounds are not healing properly.

Atefer Baskaran, the photographer who took this photograph, was wounded by a sniper fire in Tikrit in April 2016.

The picture shows him lying on a hospital bed, and several people have been sitting next to him, including a young woman who is covered in blood.

Baskaren says he is not happy that this has happened.

I was injured in Tikrib, which was a battle area, and I have been in this hospital, I’ve been there for the last 24 hours.

It is a very scary place, but I have seen many brave soldiers and they are getting better.

The photographer says that the government has told him that he can come back home.

We visited a hospital in Tikras, and it is very close to the frontline, and there is a small garden.

They have taken it over and are repairing it.

It was very hard for them to get it done.

The people who live there have told us that the situation is very dangerous, that snipers are everywhere.

It looks like the situation in Tikritis is a lot more dangerous than in Tikra.

But what is really alarming is that the military is trying very hard to stop the situation getting worse, by giving the soldiers less time to return to their bases.

But this is not working, as the soldiers are being injured by snipers.

It will take a lot of time to bring this situation under control, as we have no clear solution for the wounded soldiers.

In the pictures, we see that many soldiers have been wounded, including the soldier who fell, and who is now in a wheelchair.

The Iraqi government is blaming the snipers on the United States, and has offered to send a team to visit these troops.

They are saying they are ready, but it has not happened yet.

One soldier is still in a sling.

A senior Iraqi military official says that they have offered the team to Iraq.

However, he says that there is still no agreement on the terms, and that the team has to wait for the military to reach a consensus.

This is the second time that we have been given the option of visiting the wounded, as Iraqi forces are trying to get the wounded out of the fighting zone and return to civilian life.

This time, the government was not willing to take part in this mission.

There was a huge outcry when we went to visit a wounded soldier in Baghdad’s Firdos Square.

I don’t know what happened in the moment when he came out of his hospital bed.

There were a lot people crying, because we were told that he had suffered an injury.

The injured soldier was told that his injuries had been treated in a hospital, and he was then sent to the hospital.

The government has offered the soldier a visit to the base in Tikris, but the commander of the base told us he could not go there, as he is still