The Iraq Invasion Five Years On
Iraqi voters face logistical snags
Some politicians say residents of rural areas are unable to reach polling stations.
Last Modified: 30 Jan 2009 19:57 GMT
Voting is under way in Iraq's first major election since 2005.
Armed groups say arrests targeted political opponents instead of al-Qaeda fighters.
Ahmed Janabi
Cheaper imported produce and lack of security are some of the contributing factors.
Ahmed Janabi
Al Jazeera asks if security is deteriorating after months of relative peace.
Ahmed Janabi
The US president promised Iraqis a new era of peace, prosperity, and liberty.
Firas Al-Atraqchi
Al Jazeera asks five people for their memories of the war and its aftermath.
The most senior US military officer in the run-up to the Iraq war talks to Al Jazeera.
A journalist writes of his country's sectarian strife, but hopes for change.
Bassam Sebti
Former Iraqi UN envoy sought to end the war before Baghdad fell on April 9, 2003.
Ahmed Janabi
The families of three journalists killed as Baghdad fell search for answers.
Linda Isam Haddad
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