This comes as British Prime Minister Tony Blair admitted he was ready to quit the government over a crucial vote about Iraq.
He said he sat down with his children and prepared them for the fact that he might lose his job.
This happened just before the Commons voted on whether to go to war with Iraq. If he'd lost the vote, Mr Blair said he had been ready to resign.
In the end, he won the vote, but by quite a small majority.
In other Iraq news:
Charity Oxfam has flown lots of water, and water cleaning materials, over to Iraq to help the people there
United Nations' weapons inspector, Hans Blix, has said his team could still get involved in searching Iraq for weapons of mass destruction again
The US military says it has captured Saddam Hussein's half-brother, Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti