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- Your question is not in the right syntax. "Al-Aaimmah bridge" has Adhamiyah at one end and the word literally means "the Imam's bridge" in arabic (source) . MPS 02:23, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
By late fall 2007, life in Adhamiya had begun to resemble a city again with traffic jams, the reopening of shops, and an abatement of violence. Security efforts of the 3-7 Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division and cooperation of the local populace were credited as factors contributing to this change.
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