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What was the Duelfer Report?

What was the Duelfer Report?

On 30 September 2004, the ISG released the Duelfer Report, its final report on Iraq’s purported WMD programs. This report recorded the relationship of the Iraqi regime with WMD over time and in so doing investigated the decision making process, and underlying assumptions, of the regime.

What was the purpose of the Iraq Survey Group?

The Iraq Survey Group (ISG) is a fact finding mission from the coalition of the Iraq occupation into the Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) programs developed by Iraq under the regime of Saddam Hussein.

What is Iraq Green Zone?

The Green Zone hosts foreign embassies and government buildings and is regularly the target of rockets fired by groups that U.S. and Iraqi officials say are backed by Iran.

When did the Iraq war end?

March 20, 2003 – December 15, 2011
Iraq War/Periods
No weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq. The U.S. declared an end to the war in Iraq on December 15, 2011, nearly ten years after the fighting began.

Why is it called Green Zone?

The official name under the interim government was the International Zone, but the name Green Zone, al-Mintaqa al-Khadraa in Arabic, was more commonly used, because the area was safer than the rest of Baghdad, where explosions, kidnappings, sectarian killings and shootings soon became common.

Does the Green Zone still exist?

Since the handover of sovereignty to Iraqis, many of the facilities in the Green Zone have been turned over to the new Iraqi government. It is still a base for western private military contractors, and home to the U.S., British, Australian and Egyptian embassies.

Is the Green Zone movie true?

The storyline was conceived from a screenplay written by Brian Helgeland, based on a 2006 non-fiction book Imperial Life in the Emerald City by journalist Rajiv Chandrasekaran. The book documented life within the Green Zone in Baghdad during the 2003 invasion of Iraq.