Powell’s 2003 UN testimony was key in events Iraqis say led to heavy costs for them – which can still be felt today.
This is the first in a three-part series on Operation Desert Storm and the people who lived it.
The country has not had a leader since November when mass protests forced Adel Abdul Mahdi from office.
Washington is ramping up economic pressure to try to counter Iranian influence in the Middle East.
Once an elite holiday destination, then a refuge for those displaced by ISIL, the resort town is trying to rebuild.
Families remain haunted by unknown whereabouts of 369 Kuwaitis abducted by Saddam Hussein’s forces during Gulf War.
Raghad Hussein posted the message on her Twitter account on the 12th anniversary of her father’s death.
US invaded Iraq on the pretext it possessed weapons of mass destruction.
The names of 60 individuals including the daughter of late Saddam Hussein, Raghad, are on Iraq’s most wanted list.
An inside look at how world leaders and the American public were duped into a war that cost thousands of lives.
A decade after the Iraqi president’s execution, a system that results in the daily deaths of Iraqis continues unabated.
Chemical weapons are the ultimate psychological weapon for those who are willing to use them.
As Iraq braced for war with the US, Iraqi AP reporter Salah Nasrawi was torn between journalistic duty and patriotism.
He died unexpectedly and unrepentant and even proud of his role.