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Saddam accepted the resolution on 13 November and inspectors returned to Iraq under the direction of UNMOVIC chairman Hans Blix and IAEA Director General Mohamed El Baradei.As of February 2003, the IAEA "found no evidence or plausible indication of the revival of a nuclear weapons program in Iraq"; the IAEA concluded that certain items which could have been used in nuclear enrichment centrifuges, such as aluminum tubes, were in fact intended for other uses.The US government engaged in an elaborate domestic public relations campaign to market the war to its citizens.Americans overwhelmingly believed Saddam did have weapons of mass destruction: 85% said so, even though the inspectors had not uncovered those weapons.was a protracted armed conflict that began in 2003 with the invasion of Iraq by a United States-led coalition that overthrew the government of Saddam Hussein. The Iraq War caused over a hundred thousand civilian deaths and tens of thousands of military deaths (see estimates below).The conflict continued for much of the next decade as an insurgency emerged to oppose the occupying forces and the post-invasion Iraqi government. became re-involved in 2014 at the head of a new coalition; the insurgency and many dimensions of the civil armed conflict continue. The majority of deaths occurred as a result of the insurgency and civil conflicts between 20.For the entire conflict from 2003 to the present, see Iraq conflict (2003–present). formally withdrew all combat troops from Iraq by December 2011. In the aftermath of the invasion, Iraq held multi-party elections in 2005.For previous wars in Iraq, see Iraq War (disambiguation).* "injured, diseased, or other medical": required medical air transport. The invasion led to the collapse of the Ba'athist government; Saddam was captured during Operation Red Dawn in December of that same year and executed by a military court three years later. Many violent insurgent groups were supported by Iran and al-Qaeda in Iraq. involvement in Iraq accelerated under President Barack Obama. The Bush administration based its rationale for the war principally on the assertion that Iraq, which had been viewed by the U. as a rogue state since the Persian Gulf War, possessed weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) and that the Iraqi government posed an immediate threat to the United States and its coalition allies. prewar intelligence faced heavy criticism both domestically and internationally, with President Bush declining from his record-high approval ratings following 9/11 to become one of the most unpopular presidents in U. Nouri al-Maliki became Prime Minister in 2006 and remained in office until 2014.
The resolution authorized the President to "use any means necessary" against Iraq.This policy involved numerous economic sanctions by the UN Security Council; the enforcement of Iraqi no-fly zones declared by the US and the UK to protect the Kurds in Iraqi Kurdistan and Shias in the south from aerial attacks by the Iraqi government; and ongoing inspections to ensure Iraq's compliance with United Nations resolutions concerning Iraqi weapons of mass destruction.The inspections were carried out by the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM).UNSCOM, in cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency, worked to ensure that Iraq destroyed its chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons and facilities.In the decade following the Gulf War, the United Nations passed 16 Security Council resolutions calling for the complete elimination of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction.