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Friday, December 17, 1999 Published at 16:25 GMT


Containment: The Iraqi no-fly zones
The no-fly zones: Origins and enforcement of a seven-year containment policy.
HMS Invincible: A city at sea
The British aircraft carrier HMS Invincible is returning to the Gulf as part of the strategy to "contain" Saddam Hussein.
Calm after the storm
British pilots who flew in the air strikes against Iraq have been telling the BBC what it was like to be in the line of fire.
Which targets were hit
British, American and Iraqi officials are continuing to assess the damage caused by the four-day bombing campaign .
'Drones of death' hit by Tornados
Remote-controlled Iraqi aircraft capable of carrying biological weapons have been hit by UK bombers.
Tornado crew: In the front line
RAF Tornado fighter-bombers led the UK's effort in the Iraq air strikes.
The airman's guide to survival
UK airmen going into combat are fully equipped to try and survive if shot down over enemy territory.
'Sharp increase' in US troops in Gulf
The United States and Britain have a powerful arsenal in the Gulf and have warned Iraq they will strike without warning if they consider it necessary.
Iraq's weapons of mass destruction
The UN has been trying since 1991 to uncover the real extent of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction and its stock of long-range missiles.