(See story) An interpreter working with U.S. troops wipes sweat from his brow while questioning a group of Iraqis in the Al Farouk neighborhood of Mosul. An interpreter working with U.S. troops takes an Iraqi boy for questioning in an incident in which two grenades were tossed at soldiers patrolling in Mosul. The boy was tested for explosives residue and let go.
An armed interpreter working with U.S. troops sniffs the palms of an Iraqi boy's hands to see if there is a scent of explosives residue. The boy was questioned and tested in relation to an incident in which two grenades were tossed at U.S. troops in Mosul. The boy was questioned and tested and let go. A soldier with the 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment holds up an explosives test used on an Iraqi boys hands and pockets, and compares it against the template for what the paper should look like if explosives residue is found.
U.S. troops patrol a street in the city of Mosul. One of the grenades thrown at U.S. troops on a foot patrol in Mosul on July 26. It broke in half when it hit the ground without detonating.
A soldier patrols down a street in the Al Farouk neighborhood in Mosul, Iraq. Troops from the 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 4th Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division conducted a security operation in the historic neighborhood to "engage the local populace." Iraqi Army troops pass U.S. Army troops during a security sweep conducted in the Al Farouk neighborhood of Mosul.