This article is about the war that started in 2003 and ended in 2011.
For the initial invasion, see 2003 invasion of Iraq.
For previous wars in Iraq, see Iraq War (disambiguation). 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 1990-1991 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. The Chilcot Report, published in 2016, concluded military action may have been necessary but was not the last resort at the time and that the consequences of invasion were underestimated.
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* "injured, diseased, or other medical": required medical air transport. However, the power vacuum following Saddam's demise and the mismanagement of the occupation led to widespread sectarian violence between Shias and Sunnis, as well as a lengthy insurgency against U. The United States responded with a troop surge in 2007. After the invasion, no substantial evidence was found to verify the initial claims about WMDs, while claims of Iraqi officials collaborating with al-Qaeda were proven false. In the aftermath of the invasion, Iraq held multi-party elections in 2005.
UK number includes "aeromed evacuations"** Total excess deaths include all additional deaths due to increased lawlessness, degraded infrastructure, poorer healthcare, etc.*** Violent deaths only – does not include excess deaths due to increased lawlessness, poorer healthcare, etc. S., joined by the United Kingdom and several coalition allies, launching a "shock and awe" bombing campaign. Nouri al-Maliki became Prime Minister in 2006 and remained in office until 2014.