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IRAQ
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June 05, 2006
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's co-accused Mohammed Azawi Ali (front L) speaks during their trial...
Baghdad
Mohammad Azawi Ali speaks during trial in Baghdad
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's co-accused Mohammed Azawi Ali (front L) speaks during their trial in charges of crimes against humanity at the fortified Green Zone in Baghdad, June 5, 2006. Other co-accused are (1st row L-R) Abdullah Kathim Ruwaid, Saddam Hussein (2nd row L-R) Awad Hamed al-Bandar, Mizhir Abdullah Kathim Ruwaid, (3rd row L-R) Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti, Ali Daeem Ali and Taha Yassin Ramadan. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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June 05, 2006
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and his seven co-accused attend their trial at the fortified Green...
Baghdad
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and his co-accused attend their trial in Baghdad
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and his seven co-accused attend their trial at the fortified Green Zone in Baghdad, June 5, 2006. Saddam's other co-accused are (1st row L-R) Mohammed Azawi Ali, Abdullah Kathim Ruwaid, (2nd row L-R) Awad Hamed al-Bandar, Mizhir Abdullah Kathim Ruwaid, (3rd row L-R) Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti, Ali Daeem Ali and Taha Yassin Ramadan. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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May 30, 2006
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein laughs while listening to the defence witness testimony during...
Baghdad
Former Iraqi President Saddam laughs while listening to testimony in Baghdad
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein laughs while listening to the defence witness testimony during his trial at the fortified Green Zone in Baghdad May 30, 2006. The trial of Saddam and seven others accused of crimes against humanity resumed in Baghdad on Tuesday. Seated are his co-accused (1st row L) Abdullah Kathim Ruwaid, (2nd row L-R) Awad Hamed al-Bandar, Mizhir Abdullah Kathim Ruwaid, (3rd row L-R) Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti and Ali Daeem Ali. REUTERS/Erik de Castro
IRAQ SADDAM
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April 06, 2006
Awad Hamed al-Bandar gestures as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green...
Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bandar gestures as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green...
Awad Hamed al-Bandar gestures as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone April 6, 2006. The court trying Saddam Hussein and seven co-defendants on charges of crimes against humanity held another session on Thursday but the ousted Iraqi leader did not attend. Only the former chief of his Revolutionary Court, Awad al-Bandar, was present for cross-examination. One of Saddam's lawyers attended, witnesses said. Bandar is charged with handing down death sentences on Saddam's orders. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
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April 06, 2006
Awad Hamed al-Bandar gestures as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green...
Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bandar gestures as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green...
Awad Hamed al-Bandar gestures as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone April 6, 2006. The court trying Saddam Hussein and seven co-defendants on charges of crimes against humanity held another session on Thursday but the ousted Iraqi leader did not attend. Only the former chief of his Revolutionary Court, Awad al-Bandar, was present for cross-examination. One of Saddam's lawyers attended, witnesses said. Bandar is charged with handing down death sentences on Saddam's orders. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
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April 06, 2006
Awad Hamed al-Bandar testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone April...
Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bandar testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone
Awad Hamed al-Bandar testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone April 6, 2006. The court trying Saddam Hussein and seven co-defendants on charges of crimes against humanity held another session on Thursday but the ousted Iraqi leader did not attend. Only the former chief of his Revolutionary Court, Awad al-Bandar, was present for cross-examination. One of Saddam's lawyers attended, witnesses said. Bandar is charged with handing down death sentences on Saddam's orders. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
RTR1C9B0
April 06, 2006
Awad Hamed al-Bandar gestures as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green...
Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bandar gestures as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green...
Awad Hamed al-Bandar gestures as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone April 6, 2006. The court trying Saddam Hussein and seven co-defendants on charges of crimes against humanity held another session on Thursday but the ousted Iraqi leader did not attend. Only the former chief of his Revolutionary Court, Awad al-Bandar, was present for cross-examination. One of Saddam's lawyers attended, witnesses said. Bandar is charged with handing down death sentences on Saddam's orders. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
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April 06, 2006
Awad Hamed al-Bandar adjusts his Kafiyah, or head scarf, as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's...
Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bandar testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone
Awad Hamed al-Bandar adjusts his Kafiyah, or head scarf, as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone April 6, 2006. The court trying Saddam Hussein and seven co-defendants on charges of crimes against humanity held another session on Thursday but the ousted Iraqi leader did not attend. Only the former chief of his Revolutionary Court, Awad al-Bandar, was present for cross-examination. One of Saddam's lawyers attended, witnesses said. Bandar is charged with handing down death sentences on Saddam's orders. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
RTR1C9AU
April 06, 2006
Awad Hamed al-Bandar gestures as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green...
Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bandar gestures as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green...
Awad Hamed al-Bandar gestures as he testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone April 6, 2006. The court trying Saddam Hussein and seven co-defendants on charges of crimes against humanity held another session on Thursday but the ousted Iraqi leader did not attend. Only the former chief of his Revolutionary Court, Awad al-Bandar, was present for cross-examination. One of Saddam's lawyers attended, witnesses said. Bandar is charged with handing down death sentences on Saddam's orders. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
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April 06, 2006
Awad al-Bandar testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone April 6, 2006....
Baghdad
Bandar testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone
Awad al-Bandar testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone April 6, 2006. The court trying Saddam Hussein and seven co-defendants on charges of crimes against humanity held another session on Thursday but the ousted Iraqi leader did not attend. Only the former chief of his Revolutionary Court, Bandar, was present for cross-examination. One of Saddam's lawyers attended, witnesses said. Bandar is charged with handing down death sentences on Saddam's orders. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
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April 06, 2006
Awad Hamed al-Bandar testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone April...
Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bandar testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone
Awad Hamed al-Bandar testifies during his trial held in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone April 6, 2006. The court trying Saddam Hussein and seven co-defendants on charges of crimes against humanity held another session on Thursday but the ousted Iraqi leader did not attend. Only the former chief of his Revolutionary Court, Awad al-Bandar, was present for cross-examination. One of Saddam's lawyers attended, witnesses said. Bandar is charged with handing down death sentences on Saddam's orders. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
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March 13, 2006
The second page of a two-page memo purportedly drafted by Awad Hamed al-Bandar, former chief judge of...
Baghdad
The second page of a two-page memo purportedly drafted by Awad Hamed al-Bandar is shown in Baghdad
The second page of a two-page memo purportedly drafted by Awad Hamed al-Bandar, former chief judge of Saddam's Revolutionary Court, is shown after being presented in court in Baghdad March 13, 2006. The memo was made available by the Iraqi High Tribunal. The trial of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and his seven co-accused resumed on Monday on charges of crimes against humanity, with more defendants testifying. REUTERS/Jacob Silberberg/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
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March 13, 2006
The first page of a two-page memo purportedly drafted by Awad Hamed al-Bandar, former chief judge of...
Baghdad
The first page of a memo purportedly drafted by Awad Hamed al-Bandar is shown after being presented in...
The first page of a two-page memo purportedly drafted by Awad Hamed al-Bandar, former chief judge of Saddam's Revolutionary Court, is shown after being presented in court in Baghdad March 13, 2006. The memo was made available by the Iraqi High Tribunal. The trial of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and his seven co-accused resumed on Monday on charges of crimes against humanity, with more defendants testifying. REUTERS/Jacob Silberberg/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
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March 13, 2006
Taha Yassin Ramadan, Iraq's Vice President from 1991 to 2003, testifies during his trial while co-defendants...
Baghdad
Taha Yassin Ramadan testifies during his trial in Baghdad
Taha Yassin Ramadan, Iraq's Vice President from 1991 to 2003, testifies during his trial while co-defendants Awad Hamed al-Bandar (C) and Abdullah Kathim Ruwaid listen in Baghdad March 13, 2006. The trial of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and seven co-accused resumed on Monday on charges of crimes against humanity, with more defendants testifying. REUTERS/Jacob Silberberg/Pool
IRAQ
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December 21, 2005
Awad Hamed al-Bandar (R), the former head of Saddam's Revolutionary Court, listens to testimony from...
Baghdad, Iraq
Awad Hamed al-Bandar (R), the former head of Saddam's Revolutionary Court, listens to testimony from.....
Awad Hamed al-Bandar (R), the former head of Saddam's Revolutionary Court, listens to testimony from prosecution witness Ali Hassan al-Haidari during Saddam Hussein's trial in Baghdad December 21, 2005. The trial of Saddam Hussein on charges of [crimes against humanity on Wednesday heard some of the strongest evidence yet linking the former Iraqi president and his co-defendants to alleged torture].
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IRAQ SADDAM
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December 21, 2005
Awad Hamed al-Bander, the former head of Saddam Hussein's Revolutionary Court, speaks during the resumption...
Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bander speaks in Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bander, the former head of Saddam Hussein's Revolutionary Court, speaks during the resumption of the trial December 21, 2005 in Baghdad. The trial of Saddam Hussein (bottom row, R) on charges of crimes against humanity on Wednesday heard some of the strongest evidence yet linking the former Iraqi president and his co-defendants to alleged torture. Saddam and seven co-defendants, including al-Bandar, are standing trial in connection with the killing of 148 people from the mainly Shi'ite village of Dujail, north of Baghdad, in the 1980s. REUTERS/John Moore/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
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December 21, 2005
Saddam Hussein's half-brother Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti (Top R) speaks during the resumption of the trial...
Baghdad
Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti speaks during resumption of trial of Saddam Hussein and co-defendants in Baghdad...
Saddam Hussein's half-brother Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti (Top R) speaks during the resumption of the trial of Saddam (Bottom R) as co-defendants Awad Hamed al-Bandar (Bottom L), Taha Yassin Ramadan, Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid, Abdullah Kazim Ruwwayid (Middle row L-R), Mohammed Azawi Ali (Top L), and Ali Dayim Ali (Top C) listen in Baghdad December 21, 2005. The trial of Saddam Hussein on charges of crimes against humanity on Wednesday heard some of the strongest evidence yet linking the former Iraqi president and his co-defendants to alleged torture. Saddam and seven co-defendants are standing trial in connection with the killing of 148 people from the mainly Shi'ite village of Dujail, north of Baghdad, in the 1980s. REUTERS/John Moore/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
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December 21, 2005
Awad Hamed al-Bandar (R), the former head of Saddam's Revolutionary Court, listens to testimony from...
Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bandar listens to witness during Saddam's trial in Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bandar (R), the former head of Saddam's Revolutionary Court, listens to testimony from prosecution witness Ali Hassan al-Haidari during Saddam Hussein's trial in Baghdad December 21, 2005. The trial of Saddam Hussein on charges of crimes against humanity on Wednesday heard some of the strongest evidence yet linking the former Iraqi president and his co-defendants to alleged torture. REUTERS/Bob Strong
IRAQ SADDAM
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December 21, 2005
Awad Hamed al-Bandar, the former head of Saddam Hussein's Revolutionary Court, speaks during the resumption...
Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bandar speaks in Baghdad
Awad Hamed al-Bandar, the former head of Saddam Hussein's Revolutionary Court, speaks during the resumption of the trial December 21, 2005 in Baghdad. The trial of Saddam Hussein (bottom row, R) on charges of crimes against humanity on Wednesday heard some of the strongest evidence yet linking the former Iraqi president and his co-defendants to alleged torture. Saddam and seven co-defendants, including al-Bandar, are standing trial in connection with the killing of 148 people from the mainly Shi'ite village of Dujail, north of Baghdad, in the 1980s. REUTERS/John Moore/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
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November 28, 2005
Awad Hamed al-Bandar (L), Saddam Hussein (C) and Taha Yassin Ramadan appear at their trial in Baghdad's...
Baghdad
Al-Bandar, Saddam and Ramadan appear at their trial in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone
Awad Hamed al-Bandar (L), Saddam Hussein (C) and Taha Yassin Ramadan appear at their trial in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 28, 2005. The trial of Saddam and seven aides on charges of crimes against humanity resumed in a fortified Baghdad courtroom on Monday, with a handful of witnesses expected to take the stand for the first time. REUTERS/Ben Curtis/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
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October 19, 2005
Defendants (first row L-R) Awad Hamed Al-Bandar and Saddam Hussein (2nd-row L-R) Abdullah Kazim Ruwayyid,...
Baghdad
Defendants appear at their trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone...
Defendants (first row L-R) Awad Hamed Al-Bandar and Saddam Hussein (2nd-row L-R) Abdullah Kazim Ruwayyid, Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid, Taha Yassin Ramadan (3rd row L-R) Barazan Ibrahim, Ali Dayim Ali, Mohammed Azawi Ali, appear at their trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone in Iraq October 19, 2005. The men face charges that they ordered the killing in 1982 of nearly 150 people in the mainly Shiite village of Dujail north of Baghdad after a failed attempt on the former dictator's life. REUTERS/Ben Curtis/Pool
IRAQ
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February 28, 2005
A photograph handed out by the Iraqi Special Tribunal on February 28, 2005, shows Barzan Ibrahim Hassan...
Baghdad, Iraq
A photograph handed out by the Iraqi Special Tribunal on February 28, 2005, shows Barzan Ibrahim Has.....
A photograph handed out by the Iraqi Special Tribunal on February 28, 2005, shows Barzan Ibrahim Hassan al-Tikriti (L) the half-brother of Iraq's former leader [Saddam Hussein] looking at Awad al-Bandar, former chief judge of the Revolutionary Court, during a Court of Investigation into crimes committed by the former regime in the village of al-Dujail, 70 kms north of Baghdad.
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IRAQ
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February 28, 2005
A photograph handed out by the Iraqi Special Tribunal on February 28, 2005, shows Barzan Ibrahim Hassan...
Baghdad, Iraq
Members of the former Iraqi regime sit in a court room in Baghdad.
A photograph handed out by the Iraqi Special Tribunal on February 28, 2005, shows Barzan Ibrahim Hassan al-Tikriti (L) the half-brother of Iraq's former leader Saddam Hussein looking at Awad al-Bandar, former chief judge of the Revolutionary Court, during a Court of Investigation into crimes committed by the former regime in the village of al-Dujail, 70 kms north of Baghdad. REUTERS/HO Pictures of the month February 2005 HH/AA
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