Sunday will mark 20 years since American troops captured Baghdad after a swift and seemingly conclusive victory over Iraqi forces. But that victory was a mirage and years of terror remained for both Iraq and the U.S. before the establishment of a fragile democracy. Special correspondent Simona Foltyn spoke with former President Barham Saleh about his views 20 years later.
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