Al-Jazeera, the Arabic news channel, has resumed full coverage from Iraq after Baghdad lifted its ban on two of its correspondents.
The station has shown Saddam Hussein speeches
The station had limited its broadcasts from Iraq after the Information Ministry barred Diyar al-Omari - an Iraqi - from reporting, and ordered correspondent Tayseer Alouni to leave the country.
But a full service was restarted after the Iraqi Government informed al-Jazeera's Baghdad bureau the correspondents were no longer forbidden to work.
The satellite station, based in Qatar, resumed full reporting from Iraq on Friday following the Information Ministry's backdown.
"Al-Jazeera welcomes the move by the Iraqi Information
Ministry to reverse its decision and immediately relaunches the
activity of its correspondents in Baghdad, Basra and Mosul," the channel said.
After the initial ban on Thursday, al-Jazeera decided to stop broadcasting reports from its eight correspondents in Iraq.
Not first time
But it did continued to broadcast live and taped events from its three offices in Iraq.
The channel's editor-in-chief, Ibrahim Helal, had told the BBC that the Iraqis had given no reasons for their initial ban, which he called sudden and unjustified.
Al-Jazeera welcomes the move by the Iraqi Information
Ministry to reverse its decision...
He added that it was not the first time the Iraqi authorities had tried to ban its journalists.
"We faced lots of things like that before from the Iraqi Government and from other governments in the Arab region, because this is a way they think," Mr Helal told the BBC.
The broadcaster is one of the most influential voices in the Arab world. It says it has 35 million viewers.
The US and UK have accused the station of bias and criticised it for airing pictures of dead Western troops.
Al-Jazeera's new English-language website has suffered a number of denial-of-service attacks since the war began, in which hackers flooded the site with junk messages.
Visitors were also redirected to web pages with pro-US messages or pornography.
Iraq expelled correspondents for the US cable news broadcaster CNN last week.