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Last Updated: Tuesday, 7 June, 2005, 17:34 GMT 18:34 UK
About One Day in Iraq
A brother and sister stand under electricity cables strung in front of their home in a neighborhood in Baghdad
People around Iraq - from all walks of life - told us about their experiences
Throughout 7 June BBC News went behind the headlines to take an in-depth look at life in Iraq.

We will be revisiting this day on Monday 13 June - to follow up on the main news events, ask people living in Iraq for their reflections, and publish photographic essays taken on the day.

In the meantime, you can take a look at our At-a-glance page to see how the news unfolded in Iraq, get a snapshot of what people told us about their lives, as well as a flavour of reports from the local media and weblogs.

On our Daily lives page you will find all the contributions that came in from people around the country.

And the Media and comment page monitored the Iraqi media and weblogs for news and opinion, and to find out what Iraqis were watching on their TVs, listening to on the radio or reading in the newspapers.

You can still send your views and questions on Iraq, and how the day went, to our Have Your Say page.

Listeners were able to hear more voices from Iraq on BBC radio.

News and current affairs programmes on the BBC World Service and the Arabic Service aired regular live interviews with ordinary Iraqis talking about their everyday lives.

In the UK, Radio Five Live broadcast audio diaries from people in Iraq, ran live interviews with Iraqis, and looked at what the weblogs were saying about 7 June in Iraq.

Viewers in the UK could also find coverage of One Day in Iraq on the TV channel, BBC News 24, and internationally on BBC World.



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