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The gruesome tales of Saddam Hussein's executioner reveal what actually happens to criminals and political prisoners in Iraq.
As attacks on American forces in Iraq increase, we meet the resistance fighters carrying out the assaults and speak to a political group opposing the occupation.
Since the war ended 180 newspapers have entered the market. But the most popular is a Coalition-backed paper which has swamped the market. Iraqi journalists are complaining.
Dr Huda was the only woman in Saddam Hussein's Cabinet. She was the minister for Sport and Youth.
Disturbing new evidence suggests the CIA fed faulty intelligence to handpicked journalists to win support for the war against Iraq.
In the wake of the dictator's death, angry Iraqis have turned against the Palestinian refugees harboured by Saddam Hussein and are expelling them from their towns.
It seems that every day the rebuilding of Iraq suffers another setback. Thousands of families are still without water or electricity and patience is rapidly waning. But one group in particular remain optimistic: exiled Iraqis are thrilled to be back home. This week's topical and surprising documentary is the compelling tale of Hassan Janabi, who returned from 25 years in exile to help run the Min…
This weeks offering is an engaging new documentary about the human shields who risked their lives remaining in Iraq after the war started. Convinced that their governments' actions were wrong, they braved bombs, looters and power cuts to try and protect the Iraqi people. Now American human shields face the prospect of up to twelve years in prison for their selfless actions.