Return to Dora, Iraq

Once known as 'the worst place in Iraq', the Baghdad suburb of Dora has made some remarkable changes for the better.

Newsnight's Mark Urban returrns to the Iraqi town of Dora.


General David Petraeus Petraeus on US military action


US solider in Iraq US troops' anger on Iraq duty


Baghdad blogger Salam Pax Plight of Iraqi refugees


US soldier in Iraq Iranian influence


Soldier in Iraq Soldier morale


A British soldier in Basra Brits in Basra


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Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Barham Saleh Governing Iraq


Iraqi refugees in Syria Iraq refugees concern for Syria


US soldier in Iraq What went wrong in Iraq?


Soldier in Bagdhad US troops surge


British army landrover in Iraq Policing the border


Kurdish forces being trained in Iraq Israelis train Kurds

US troops help pull down a statue of Saddam Hussein Unpopular war


US soldier and Iraqi civilian Signs of success


A translator at work Interpreting danger in Iraq


US troops Inside Sadr City


Iraq women Iraqi women


Isam Rasheed with missile at his home Life for an Iraqi blogger

The Baghdad blogger, Salam Pax A year in the life


In the shadow of Saddam


Cassette tapes in Baghdad's only record shop In search of fun in Baghdad


Salam Pax Staying alive in Iraq


Statue of Saddam Hussein being toppled in Baghdad in 2003 Fears Iraq is being lost


Shop in Iraq Making a buck in the 'new' Iraq


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