MaDonal Restaurant In Northern Iraq

SULEIMANIYEH, NORTHERN IRAQ - NOVEMBER 18, 2002: A man wearing traditional Kurdish dress and a teenage MaDonal's employee stand outside the take-off on the the American fast-food chain MacDonald's November 18, 2003 in Suleimaniyeh, Northern Iraq. Suleimaniyeh is one of the main cities in Kurd-controlled northern Iraq that operates free of Saddam Hussein's control and is protected by U.S.-patrolled no-fly zones. Iraqi Kurds exercise a broad degree of self-rule, and are likely to play an important role in any U.S. military attack against Iraq, if only as facilitators providing bases as a launching pad for attacks. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Getty Images)
SULEIMANIYEH, NORTHERN IRAQ - NOVEMBER 18, 2002: A man wearing traditional Kurdish dress and a teenage MaDonal's employee stand outside the take-off on the the American fast-food chain MacDonald's November 18, 2003 in Suleimaniyeh, Northern Iraq. Suleimaniyeh is one of the main cities in Kurd-controlled northern Iraq that operates free of Saddam Hussein's control and is protected by U.S.-patrolled no-fly zones. Iraqi Kurds exercise a broad degree of self-rule, and are likely to play an important role in any U.S. military attack against Iraq, if only as facilitators providing bases as a launching pad for attacks. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Getty Images)
MaDonal Restaurant In Northern Iraq
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