An ancient land, the "cradle of civilization," Iraq today suffers under the brutal regime of Saddam Hussein, whom many nations consider a dangerous threat to world peace. Meanwhile, as Saddam Hussein enriches himself and his cronies at the expense of his people, Iraqis suffer the devastating effects of two wars and a United Nations trade embargo.
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