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- Who said of containment against saddam hussein we are able to keep arms from him.his military forces have not been rebuilt?
- The bloodiest massacres of saddam's23-year presidency occurred in iraq's kurdish north and shiite muslim south but the gallup baghdad survey data indicates the brutality extended stronglysintosthe capital as well.
- For saddam hussein's first wife.
- Some feared saddam's capture would boost president bush "it is happy news but we wish it were the iraqi people who had captured him not u.s.troops because this will give bush a boost in the upcoming election" said a bahraini salesman.
- The former iraqi president saddam hussein is charged with having killed thousands of kurd people.
- The iraqi government is trying saddam.
- Saddam sometimes likes to try everything at the same time said phebe marr a leading scholar on iraq. "He could now come in with a charm offensive that would present a package of cosmetic concessions designed to elicit a response from the new administration and to drive a wedge in the alliance."
- The bush administration noted intelligence showing iraq had such weapons as the main reason for going to war to oust iraqi leader saddam hussein.
- But top officials in the reagan administration saw saddam as a useful surrogate.
- But the two condemned men still await death as iraqi officials decide how to avoid the kind of outcry that followed saddam's hanging on dec.30.
- Gunmen from a shiite party fired at a vehicle in which he rode through the town.
- And it was his executioners who turned what could have been a moment of catharsis for iraqis into something that looked primitively cruel more likely to deepen than to heal iraq's lethal sectarian divisions.
- Saddam hussein's police state ruthlessly eliminates anyone who dares to dissent.
- At least they're on a pedestrian crossing but if the little bird is correct uncle sam bush and hussein are all likely to be crushed by "that18-wheeler" coming down the street an18-wheeler being a huge truck for hauling heavy cargo.
- Yesterday iraqis got a glimpse of what life without saddam hussein may hold as protests and politicking marked the first day of meetings to decide the country's fate.