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The moment Saddam was dragged from his hole

Saddam Hussein captured alive in Tikrit

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A scene of the US-installed Iraqi Special Tribunal. After being kept in custody for nearly two years, Saddam, 68,along with seven associates, will stand trial in the US-installed Iraqi Special Tribunal on charges against humanity on Wednesday.
UPDATED 15:24, October 22, 2005
Saddam's trial opens door to past
A defence lawyer in Saddam Hussein's mass murder trial has been found dead, his body dumped near a Baghdad mosque with two gunshots to the head, police and a top lawyers union official said on Friday.
Saddam's destiny should be totally decided by Iraqi people: FM spokesman
The destiny of Saddam Hussein should be totally decided by Iraqi people, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Kong Quan said Thursday in Beijing.
Defiant Saddam pleads innocent, trial adjourned
Defiant Saddam Hussein Wednesday challenged the legitimacy of the US-backed court and pleaded not guilty over charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity in connection with the Dujail massacre in 1982.

Saddam Hussein (file photo dated Dec 31 2002)

Saddam Hussein (file photo dated Oct 17 2002)

Saddam Hussein (file photo dated July 1st 2004)

Saddam Hussein (file photo dated July 1st 2004)
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  • Saddam willing to 'sacrifice' his life (11:00, August 23)
  • Iraq slams Jordan for allowing Saddam's relatives to fund insurgency (10:38, August 22)
  • US forces hand over Saddam's palace to Iraqi army (08:06, August 15)
  • Saddam's novel faces Jordanian ban (09:52, June 28)
  • Saddam Hussein's novel to be published (11:36, June 25)
  • Guards describe Saddam's life in jail (11:21, June 22)
  • Report: Saddam insists he is Iraqi leader (10:54, June 21)
  • Leaked secret memos renew questions over US motives for invading Iraq (13:21, June 19)
  • Arraignment of Saddam, 11 aides finished (08:14, July 02)
  • Saddam handed over to Iraq legal custody (17:32, June 30)
  • US to transfer Saddam to Iraqis soon: spokesman (08:30, June 30)
  • Custody of Saddam to be given to Iraq Wed.: Allawi  (08:11, June 30)
  • Saddam handed over to Iraqi authorities (09:27, June 29)
  • Saddam to be given to Iraq police soon, CBS says (14:23, June 28)
  • Saddam says his spirit, morale "high" (12:21, June 23)
  • Bush insists on Iraq-Al Qaeda link (09:17, June 18)
  • Iraq wants Saddam by end of the month (08:37, June 16)
  • Saddam handover to be done at "appropriate time," says Bush  (08:17, June 16)
  • US to hand over Saddam in 2 weeks (08:17, June 15)
  • Lawyer: Saddam subjected to torture (12:20, June 11)
  • Bush keeps Saddam gun at White House (10:44, May 31)
  • Victims of Saddam regime to get compensation  (09:02, May 27)
  • They abused me and stole my dignity (09:42, May 18)
  • Saddam to be handed over to Iraqis before power transfer (08:20, May 12)
  • Saddam spends 67th birthday in captivity (04/29 17:47)
  • Iraqis wonder why Saddam's regime toppled without resistance (04/09 08:26)
  • Saddam being held in Qatar: report (04/07 11:03)
  • Bush admits Iraq war decision "a tough choice"  (02/24 08:42)
  • Red Cross makes first visit to detained Saddam (02/22 09:15)
  • Iraqis want to try Saddam without POW status (02/16 17:58)
  • Bush defends Iraq war using shifted rationale (02/09 09:04)
  • Saddam's ouster planned before Sept. 11: US official (01/11 12:53)
  • US gives Saddam Hussein POW status (01/10 15:41)
  • The moment Saddam was dragged from his hole: Photo (01/09 10:23)
  • Report: Saddam confesses to stealing billions before ouster (12/30 08:47)
  • Impact of Saddam's capture uncertain (12/25 14:41)
  • Saddam defiant but resigned to captivity (12/22 09:12)
  • Saddam's capture only fleetingly felt on oil market (12/18 19:01)
  • Iraqi official: Saddam held in Baghdad (12/18 09:10)
  • Saddam's capture should quicken power transfer in Iraq: Mubarak (12/17 09:29)
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