How have Iraqis' lives changed in the 10 years since an invasion toppled Saddam Hussein?
It's ten years since the invasion which toppled the regime of Saddam Hussein in Iraq. Since then Iraqis have endured an American-led military occupation, a brutal insurgency, intense sectarian violence, hundreds of thousands of violent deaths - and three democratic elections.
BBC correspondent Hugh Sykes has been a regular visitor to Iraq since 2003 - exploring the lives of people in a country where security, education, electricity and even the water supply can never be taken for granted. He returns to Iraq to find out how have their lives changed over the past decade?
(Image: Iraqis hold the Saddam-era national flag during a sit in Tikrit, hometown of late Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, Credit: AFP/Getty Images)