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When US troops invaded Iraq in 2003, they took control of a heavily fortified area of Baghdad once home to regime headquarters, and made it off-limits to the majority of the public. For many it has long been a painful reminder of the invasion, but now parts of it have been reopened. DW's Pesha Magid went to explore.