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Search results for: Saddam-Hussein-trial-(2005-2006)

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'Saddam at the Gallows' Rehearsal and Opening Night - 03 Dec 2006
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November 08, 2006
Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein sits in the dock during his trial inside the heavily fortified Green...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein sits in the dock during his trial inside the heavily fortified Green...
Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein sits in the dock during his trial inside the heavily fortified Green Zone in Baghdad November 8, 2006. Iraq's Shi'ite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki expects Saddam to be hanged before the end of the year, despite an appeal process legal experts have said could keep the toppled leader from the gallows for months. REUTERS/Scott Nelson/Pool (IRAQ)
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November 08, 2006
Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein addresses the court during his trial inside the heavily fortified...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein addresses the court during his trial inside the heavily fortified...
Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein addresses the court during his trial inside the heavily fortified Green Zone in Baghdad November 8, 2006. Iraq's Shi'ite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki expects Saddam to be hanged before the end of the year, despite an appeal process legal experts have said could keep the toppled leader from the gallows for months. REUTERS/Scott Nelson/Pool (IRAQ)
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June 21, 2006
-FILE PHOTO 19OCT06- Khamis al-Obaidi shows a document to presiding judge [Rizgar Mohammed Amin (not...
Baghdad, Iraq
-FILE PHOTO 19OCT06- Khamis al-Obaidi shows a document to presiding judge [Rizgar Mohammed Amin (not.....
-FILE PHOTO 19OCT06- Khamis al-Obaidi shows a document to presiding judge [Rizgar Mohammed Amin (not pictured) during Saddam Hussein's] trial in Baghdad's Green Zone in this October 19, 2005 file photo.[ Gunmen kidnapped and killed al-Obaidi, one of Saddam Hussein's chief defence lawyers, and dumped his body in a Baghdad street, police said on June 21, 2006. Obaidi is the third defence lawyer to be killed since the trial against Saddam and seven co-accused on charges of crimes against humanity began last October.]
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June 21, 2006
Khamis al-Obaidi shows a document to presiding judge Rizgar Mohammed Amin (not pictured) during Saddam...
Baghdad, Iraq
File photo of Saddam lawyer Khamis al-Obaidi who has been killed
Khamis al-Obaidi shows a document to presiding judge Rizgar Mohammed Amin (not pictured) during Saddam Hussein's trial in Baghdad's Green Zone in this October 19, 2005 file photo. Gunmen kidnapped and killed al-Obaidi, one of Saddam Hussein's chief defence lawyers, and dumped his body in a Baghdad street, police said on June 21, 2006. Obaidi is the third defence lawyer to be killed since the trial against Saddam and seven co-accused on charges of crimes against humanity began last October. REUTERS/Bob Strong/Files
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February 02, 2006
An empty defendants' dock is seen before the start of trial of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein in...
Baghdad, Iraq
An empty defendants' dock is seen before the start of trial of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein
An empty defendants' dock is seen before the start of trial of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein in Baghdad February 2, 2006. The trial of Saddam Hussein resumed on Thursday, but the former Iraqi leader failed to show up for a second day after his defence team said they would not return to court unless the new chief judge resigns. His seven co-accused were also not present but chief judge Raouf Abdel Rahman carried on with the trial. REUTERS/Darko Bandi/Pool
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December 05, 2005
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein (front) and his former intelligence chief Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti...
Baghdad
Former Iraqi president Saddam and former intelligence chief Barzan berate the court during trial in Baghdad...
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein (front) and his former intelligence chief Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti berate the court during their trial in Baghdad December 5, 2005. The trial of Saddam resumed in Baghdad on Monday, but was disrupted almost at once when the defence team walked out of court in a protest over the legitimacy of the tribunal and the security of lawyers. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool Pictures of the Month December 2005 Pictures of the Year 2005
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November 28, 2005
An elderly Iraqi woman wipes her tears while watching the live broadcast of former Iraqi president Saddam...
Baghdad, Iraq
Elderly Iraqi woman wipes her tears while watching the live broadcast of Saddam's trial in central Baghdad...
An elderly Iraqi woman wipes her tears while watching the live broadcast of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein's trial in central Baghdad November 28, 2005. Saddam argued with the judge and complained about Iraq's "occupiers" as his trial for crimes against humanity reconvened in Baghdad on Monday with the prosecution presenting the first witness testimony. REUTERS/Ali Jasim Pictures of the Month November 2005
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October 19, 2005
Saddam Hussein speaks to the Presiding Judge Rizgur Ameen Hana Al-Saedi as his trial begins in a heavily...
Baghdad, Iraq
Saddam Hussein speaks to judge as his trial begins in Baghdad
Saddam Hussein speaks to the Presiding Judge Rizgur Ameen Hana Al-Saedi as his trial begins in a heavily fortified courthouse in Baghdad's Green Zone October 19, 2005. Behind Saddam on his immediate right is Awad Hamad al-Badar, while in the second row are (R to L) Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid and Taha Yassin Ramadan. In the third row are (R to L) Ali Dayim Ali, Mohammed Azawi. A defiant Saddam went on trial on Wednesday for crimes against humanity over the killing of more than 140 Shi'ites more than two decades ago. Nearly two years after he was found hiding in a hole in the ground near where he was born, Saddam and seven other members of his now-defunct Baath Party are being tried for events stemming from a failed attempt on the former leader's life in 1982. REUTERS/Bob Strong
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October 19, 2005
Ghariba Kalou,Iraqi mother of Djamhour Hazam who was killed in 1985, during Iraq's former President Saddam...
Baghdad
Iraqi mother of Hazam killed during Iraq's former President Saddam Hussein rule cries while showing her...
Ghariba Kalou,Iraqi mother of Djamhour Hazam who was killed in 1985, during Iraq's former President Saddam Hussein rule, cries while showing her son's identification card near her home in Baghdad's Sadr City district, October 19, 2005. A defiant Saddam went on trial on Wednesday for crimes against humanity over the killing of more than 140 Shi'ites more than two decades ago. Nearly two years after he was found hiding in a hole in the ground near where he was born, Saddam and seven other members of his now-defunct Baath Party are being tried for events stemming from a failed attempt on the former leader's life in 1982. REUTERS/ Faleh Kheiber Pictures of the month October 2005
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October 19, 2005
Saddam Hussein speaks to the Presiding Judge Rizgur Ameen Hana Al-Saedi as his trial begins in a heavily...
Baghdad
Saddam Hussein speaks to judge as his trial begins in Baghdad
Saddam Hussein speaks to the Presiding Judge Rizgur Ameen Hana Al-Saedi as his trial begins in a heavily fortified courthouse in Baghdad's Green Zone October 19, 2005. Behind Saddam on his immediate right is Awad Hamad al-Badar, while in the second row are (R to L) Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid and Taha Yassin Ramadan. In the third row are (R to L) Ali Dayim Ali, Mohammed Azawi. A defiant Saddam went on trial on Wednesday for crimes against humanity over the killing of more than 140 Shi'ites more than two decades ago. Nearly two years after he was found hiding in a hole in the ground near where he was born, Saddam and seven other members of his now-defunct Baath Party are being tried for events stemming from a failed attempt on the former leader's life in 1982. REUTERS/Bob Strong Pictures of the month October 2005 Pictures of the Year 2005
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July 21, 2005
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein speaks during his initial appearance before the Iraqi Special Tribunal...
Baghdad
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein speaks at initial appearance before Special Tribunal in Baghdad....
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein speaks during his initial appearance before the Iraqi Special Tribunal in Baghdad July 21, 2005. Hussein was questioned regarding his actions against the Faili Kurds, a Shi'ite minority group among the mostly Sunni Muslim Kurdish population, and the wasting of national wealth. REUTERS/Special Tribunal/Handout Pictures of the month July 2005 RCS/TZ
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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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December 18, 2004
Saddam Hussein's cousin and feared lieutenant Ali Hassan al-Majid, known as "Chemical Ali" sits near...
Baghdad
Saddam Hussein's cousin appears during his investigative hearing in Baghdad.
Saddam Hussein's cousin and feared lieutenant Ali Hassan al-Majid, known as "Chemical Ali" sits near a covered copy of Muslim's Holy book of Quran as he appears before Chief Investigative Judge Ra'id Juhi of the Iraqi Special Tribunal in an undisclosed courtroom, in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, December 18, 2004. The hearings, promised by the interim government as it began campaigning for the first post-Saddam election, were the first of a new stage in the trial process that will press war crimes and other charges against Saddam and 11 others, officials said. REUTERS/HO pictures of the month December 2004 HH/SM
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