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Twenty one days after the war with Iraq began, in less than a month, the country has been secured by coalition forces.

Today in Baghdad, a brand-new statue of Saddam Hussein, erected just one year ago, was toppled by Iraqis with help from American forces.

The symbolism of the toppled statue extends to the Iraqi regime which appears to be all but finished. One U.S. military official, speaking earlier today says, "There is no Iraqi government left, to speak of." 

While much work remains to be done in Iraq, and some parts of the country still remain under the control of the Iraqi regime, this is a dramatic day for the people of Iraq and the coalition forces that came, not to conquer them but to liberate them.

We'll have the very latest on all of the day's historic developments including LIVE reports from Iraq, Kuwait and Washington, D.C.

Plus, we'll convene our nightly military roundtable and bring you complete analysis of the work that remains to be done in the military campaign.

Tonight, we'll talk with FOX News Military Analysts retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney, retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Robert Scales and former U.S. Marine Col. John Garrett.

And, as the news of the demise of the Iraqi regime begins to sink in, how are Iraqis in the United States feelings? We'll talk with Aziz Altee who was forced to feel from Iraq and has family still living in Baghdad.   

Also, where is Saddam Hussein? Is he dead or alive? UPI's Editor-at-Large Arnaud de Borchgrave goes on the record!

Don't miss On the Record with Greta Van Susteren LIVE at 10 p.m. ET! 

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