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Struggle for Iraq
The world watched the political, economic and emotional effects of war on the homefront and around the globe. (Archived April 18, 2003)
POLITICS AND DIPLOMACY
Government leaders managed the war and its aftermath
Bush vows bright future for Iraqis
FBI: Interviews with Iraqis helpful
U.S. military caps war with summit at Saddam palace
Bush message beamed to Iraqis
Saddam's regime fell as others looked at the future of a new Iraq
Opposition leader elected to Baghdad council
Oil critical to Iraqi growth
Iraqi Kurds seek semi-autonomy
U.S., Iraqi leader confer on nation's future
The international community reacted to the war in Iraq
Arab states urge swift U.S. exit
Blix challenges U.S. weapons hunt
Interpol hunts stolen Iraqi art, artifacts
EU backs 'central' U.N. role
FOR AND AGAINST
Thousands worldwide reacted to U.S.-led military actions in Iraq
Arab voices: Protests, pleas for peace
Troop rally at Ground Zero
Lawmakers want antiwar prof fired
India passes antiwar resolution
In the coalition countries, residents grappled with wartime
Coalition deaths fewer than in 1991
Terror threat lowered to yellow
Ex-POWs headed home
Bechtel wins Iraq contract
Iraqi civilians coped with war at home
Electricity flickers back in Baghdad
Animals battle to survive in city zoo
WHO: Little risk from stolen polio
Iraqi farmer leaves life of fear behind
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