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Saddam's consigliere

May 26, 2006

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THERE WAS no legal reason for Tariq Aziz, Saddam Hussein's longtime foreign minister, to testify at the despot's trial, as he did Wednesday. Aziz was not in the Shi'ite village of Dujail in July 1982 when would-be assassins fired at the tyrant's convoy. Nor was he there when Saddam's men took revenge, massacring hundreds of men and boys of the ... (Full article: 434 words)

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