Want to know what's going on in Baghdad?
Foxnews.com can give you a glimpse of what's happening in the Iraqi capital with a 24-hour camera positioned near al-Firdos Square (search) -- translated in English, it means Paradise Square -- the site of the Saddam Hussein statue that was toppled on April 9.
"The camera's equipped with night vision," said FoxNews.com general manager Bert Solivan. "But during the day, it's crystal clear, and there's a ton of cars and activity in that square."
The Sony TRV-17 digital camera resides in the fourth floor of a nearby hotel that serves as the Baghdad bureau for the Fox News Channel.
"If anything happens interesting in or around there, we can point the camera and move in, right on the fly," Solivan said.