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Halabja has become synonymous with the brutality of Saddam's regime. But the suffering of its residents has not ended with the dictator's fall.
A story about Ala Bashir, Saddam's doctor for 22 years. A great personal insight into the life of the Iraqi leader. Includes spectacular pictures of Saddam's statue being ripped down in 2003, and its head dragged along street. Good quality stills are dotted throughout the piece.
To his critics, he's a ruthless strong man with little interest in democracy. So how did Iyad Allawi rise to become leader of the new democratic Iraq?
It's a breeding ground for the armed Shiite opposition in Iraq. A place where government officials can no longer go and US soldiers come under daily attack.
Thousands of South African security workers have flooded into Iraq attracted by lucrative contracts. But they run the risk of being arrested once back home.
The increasing level of violence in Iraq hasn't prevented the country's national stock exchange from reopening.
It has been Hassan's life-long dream to witness the state of Iraq democratic and freed from the tyranny of its former leader, but it seems that the new-found freedoms do not ensure Hassan's safety: linked to Iraq's new leadership, he knows he has become a vulnerable target for rebels still loyal to the old regime.
It's a Baghdad party to celebrate the return of a son. But after 5 ½ months in Abu Ghraib, 'Mohamed' is still too scared to be identified.