U.S. soldiers in a Humvee patrol past the sculpture nicknamed "Freedom," which was put up to replace the statue of Saddam Hussein pulled down by three years ago Sunday in Baghdad, Iraq. Three years after the statue came down, symbolizing the defeat of Saddam Hussein's regime, Iraqi politicians were scheduling meetings to try to resolve the deadlock over who will be the country's next prime minister. The new statue features an angelic woman holding up a sicklelike moon symbolizing Islam and a Sumerian sun as an emblem of Iraqi national pride.

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