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Margaret Hassan, an Irish aid worker, was kidnapped and killed in Baghdad in 2004.

To this day her remains have never been found.

Her family expects justice from the ongoing trial of an individual who has claimed knowledge of her kidnapping.

In 2004, the British embassy in Baghdad refused to deal directly with the kidnappers, citing a long-standing policy decision.

Embassy staff were also criticised for giving Margaret's husband, Tahseen Ali Hassan, the wrong advice.

This tragic story makes us ask: What about the role and the responsibility of the politicians who took the decision to launch this war?

This episode of Inside Iraq aired from Friday, April 23, 2010.

Source: Al Jazeera