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Saddam Hussein Sentenced to Hang - 05 Nov 2006
Saddam Hussein Sentenced to Hang - 05 Nov 2006
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Shi'ite residents take to the streets in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein,...
Baghdad, Iraq
Shi'ite residents take to the streets in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein,...
Shi'ite residents take to the streets in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, in Baghdad's Sadr city, November 5, 2006. Saddam was found guilty on Sunday of crimes against humanity and sentenced to hang in a case involving the deaths of more than 148 Shi'ite men from the town of Dujail.
REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Iraqi Judge Raouf Abdul Rahman addresses former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein after sentencing him to...
Baghdad, Iraq
Iraqi Judge Raouf Abdul Rahman addresses former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein after sentencing him to...
Iraqi Judge Raouf Abdul Rahman addresses former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein after sentencing him to death during his trial in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity and sentenced to hang on Sunday at a lightning session of the U.S.-backed court trying him in Baghdad. REUTERS/Scott Nelson/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti, half brother of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, reacts after being...
Baghdad, Iraq
Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti, half brother of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, reacts after being...
Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti, half brother of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, reacts after being sentenced to death at his trial in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang at a lightning session of the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. The Iraqi High Tribunal also handed down death sentences to Awad Hamed al-Bander, former chief judge in Saddam's Revolutionary Court, and Ibrahim al-Tikriti. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Shi'ite residents chant anti-Saddam slogans in a street in Najaf, 160 km (100 miles) south of Baghdad,...
Najaf, Iraq
Shi'ite residents chant anti-Saddam slogans in a street in Najaf
Shi'ite residents chant anti-Saddam slogans in a street in Najaf, 160 km (100 miles) south of Baghdad, November 5, 2006. A U.S.-backed Iraqi court on Sunday sentenced toppled leader Saddam Hussein to death by hanging for crimes against humanity.
REUTERS/AAli Abu Shish (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Children play on an empty road during a curfew in Baghdad November 5, 2006. With Saddam Hussein hours...
Baghdad, Iraq
Children play on empty road during curfew in Baghdad
Children play on an empty road during a curfew in Baghdad November 5, 2006. With Saddam Hussein hours from learning whether he will hang, Iraq's government imposed curfews on Sunday and has cancelled army leave, fearing the historic trial verdict might trigger fresh sectarian bloodletting. REUTERS/Namir Noor-Eldeen (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Awad Hamed al-Bander, the former head of Saddam Hussein's revolutionary court reacts after being sentenced...
Baghdad, Iraq
Awad Hamed al-Bander, former head of Saddam's revolutionary court reacts after being sentenced to death...
Awad Hamed al-Bander, the former head of Saddam Hussein's revolutionary court reacts after being sentenced to death during his trial in the heavily fortified Green Zone in Baghdad November 5, 2006. The Iraqi High Tribunal also handed down death sentences to Saddam Hussein and to Saddam's half brother and former intelligence chief, Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
A Shi'ite woman chants anti-Saddam slogans as residents take to the streets in reaction to the verdict...
Baghdad, Iraq
A Shi'ite woman chants anti-Saddam slogans as residents take to the streets in reaction to the verdict...
A Shi'ite woman chants anti-Saddam slogans as residents take to the streets in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, in Baghdad's Sadr city, November 5, 2006. Saddam was found guilty on Sunday of crimes against humanity and sentenced to hang in a case involving the deaths of more than 148 Shi'ite men from the town of Dujail. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Shi'ite residents chant anti-Saddam slogans during a motorcade in reaction to the verdict against former...
Baghdad, Iraq
Shi'ite residents chant anti-Saddam slogans during a motorcade in reaction to the verdict against former...
Shi'ite residents chant anti-Saddam slogans during a motorcade in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, in Baghdad's Sadr city, November 5, 2006. Saddam was found guilty on Sunday of crimes against humanity and sentenced to hang in a case involving the deaths of more than 148 Shi'ite men from the town of Dujail. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid (from L to R), Abdullah Kazim Ruwayyid and Ali Dayih Ali listen to chief judge...
Baghdad, Iraq
Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid, Abdullah Kazim Ruwayyid and Ali Dayih Ali listen to chief judge Raouf Abdul...
Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid (from L to R), Abdullah Kazim Ruwayyid and Ali Dayih Ali listen to chief judge Raouf Abdul Rahman for the verdict during their trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang by the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. Two other senior aides, including his half-brother Barzan al-Tikriti, will also hang if automatic appeals fail in the coming months. His vice-president was jailed for life and three minor officials of his Baath party were sentenced to 15 years. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein holds a holy Koran in his hand as he reacts to the verdict during...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein holds holy Koran in hand as he reacts to verdict during trial held...
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein holds a holy Koran in his hand as he reacts to the verdict during his trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A U.S.-backed Iraqi court on Sunday sentenced toppled leader Saddam Hussein to death by hanging for crimes against humanity. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein reacts to the verdict of his trial held under tight security in...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein reacts to verdict of his trial held under tight security in Baghdad's...
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein reacts to the verdict of his trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A U.S.-backed Iraqi court on Sunday sentenced toppled leader Saddam Hussein to death by hanging for crimes against humanity. REUTERS/Scott Nelson/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Supporters of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein chant anti-U.S. and Iraqi government slogans in Tikrit,...
Tikrit, Iraq
Supporters of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein chant anti-U.S. and Iraqi government slogans in Tikrit...
Supporters of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein chant anti-U.S. and Iraqi government slogans in Tikrit, 175 km (110 miles) north of Baghdad, November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang by the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. REUTERS/Nuhad Hussin (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein reacts to the verdict during his trial under tight security in...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein reacts to verdict during trial in Baghdad
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein reacts to the verdict during his trial under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang at a lightning session of the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. REUTERS/Scott Nelson/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Shi'ite residents chant anti-Saddam slogans during a demonstration in Najaf, 160 km (100 miles) south...
Najaf, Iraq
Shi'ite residents chant anti-Saddam slogans during a demonstration in Najaf
Shi'ite residents chant anti-Saddam slogans during a demonstration in Najaf, 160 km (100 miles) south of Baghdad, November 5, 2006. A U.S.-backed Iraqi court on Sunday sentenced toppled leader Saddam Hussein to death by hanging for crimes against humanity. REUTERS/Ali Abu Shish (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein yells at the court as he receives his verdict during his trial...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein yells at the court as he receives his verdict during his trial...
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein yells at the court as he receives his verdict during his trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A U.S.-backed Iraqi court on Sunday sentenced toppled leader Saddam Hussein to death by hanging for crimes against humanity. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
A Shi'ite resident hits a banknote used during the regime of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein with...
Baghdad, Iraq
A Shi'ite resident hits a banknote used during the regime of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein with...
A Shi'ite resident hits a banknote used during the regime of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein with the sole of his sandal, in Baghdad's Sadr city, November 5, 2006. Saddam was found guilty on Sunday of crimes against humanity and sentenced to hang in a case involving the deaths of more than 148 Shi'ite men from the town of Dujail. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Residents display a poster of Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr while chanting anti-Saddam slogans in reaction...
Baghdad, Iraq
Residents display a poster of Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr while chanting anti-Saddam slogans in Sadr...
Residents display a poster of Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr while chanting anti-Saddam slogans in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, in Baghdad's Sadr city, November 5, 2006. Saddam was found guilty on Sunday of crimes against humanity and sentenced to hang in a case involving the deaths of more than 148 Shi'ite men from the town of Dujail. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yells at the court as he receives his verdict during his trial...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yells at court as he receives verdict during trial in Baghdad
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yells at the court as he receives his verdict during his trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A U.S.-backed Iraqi court on Sunday sentenced Saddam to death by hanging for crimes against humanity. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Former U.S. Attorney General and Saddam Hussein defence attorney Ramsey Clark (L) is ejected from the...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former US Attorney General and Saddam Hussein defence attorney Clark is ejected from trial of Saddam...
Former U.S. Attorney General and Saddam Hussein defence attorney Ramsey Clark (L) is ejected from the trial of Saddam in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang at a lightning session of the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. REUTERS/Scott Nelson/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Shi'ite residents take to the streets in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein,...
Baghdad, Iraq
Shi'ite residents take to the streets in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein,...
Shi'ite residents take to the streets in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, in Baghdad's Sadr city, November 5, 2006. Saddam was found guilty on Sunday of crimes against humanity and sentenced to hang in a case involving the deaths of more than 148 Shi'ite men from the town of Dujail. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein reacts to the verdict of his trial held under tight security in...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein reacts to verdict of trial in Baghdad
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein reacts to the verdict of his trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang at a lightning session of the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. REUTERS/Scott Nelson/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Men hold up pistols as they celebrate in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein...
Basra, Iraq
Men hold up pistols as they celebrate in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein...
Men hold up pistols as they celebrate in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein in Basra, 550 km (340 miles) south of Baghdad, November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang by the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. REUTERS/Atef Hassan (IRAQ)
MIDEAST
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November 05, 2006
A Palestinian member of the Sa'di al-Qawasmeh family watch the trial of former Iraqi President Saddam...
Hebron, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian member of the Sa'di al-Qawasmeh family watch the trial of former Iraqi President Saddam...
A Palestinian member of the Sa'di al-Qawasmeh family watch the trial of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein on television at their home, in the West Bank city of Hebron November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity and sentenced to hang on Sunday at a lightning session of the U.S.-backed court trying him in Baghdad. REUTERS/Nayef Hashlamoun (WEST BANK)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Supporters of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein set ablaze tires in reaction to the verdict against...
Tikrit, Iraq
Supporters of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein set ablaze tires in reaction to the verdict against...
Supporters of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein set ablaze tires in reaction to the verdict against Saddam in Tikrit, 175 km (110 miles) north of Baghdad Baghdad, November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang by the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. REUTERS/Nuhad Hussin (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein reacts to the verdict at his trial under tight security in Baghdad's...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein reacts to verdict at trial under tight security in Baghdad's heavily...
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein reacts to the verdict at his trial under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang by the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. REUTERS/Scott Nelson/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Mohammed Azawi Ali, a former Dujail Baath Party official, reacts after being acquitted for lack of evidence...
Baghdad, Iraq
Mohammed Azawi Ali, former Dujail Baath Party official, reacts after being acquitted during trial in...
Mohammed Azawi Ali, a former Dujail Baath Party official, reacts after being acquitted for lack of evidence and immediately freed during the trial of Saddam Hussein and seven co-defendants in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang at a lightning session of the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. REUTERS/Scott Nelson/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yells in court as he receives the verdict during his trial held...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yells in court as he receives verdict during trial in Baghdad
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yells in court as he receives the verdict during his trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity and sentenced to hang on Sunday at a lightning session of the U.S.-backed court trying him in Baghdad. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
A woman weeps in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, in Tikrit, 175 km...
Tikrit, Iraq
A woman weeps in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, in Tikrit
A woman weeps in reaction to the verdict against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, in Tikrit, 175 km (110 miles) north of Baghdad, November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang by the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. REUTERS/Nuhad Hussin (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
U.S. soldiers secure a road during a curfew in Baghdad November 5, 2006. The government imposed a curfew...
Baghdad, Iraq
U.S. soldiers secure a road during a curfew in Baghdad
U.S. soldiers secure a road during a curfew in Baghdad November 5, 2006. The government imposed a curfew on Baghdad and the provinces of Diyala and Salahaddin ahead of the verdict in Saddam Hussein's trial for crimes against humanity. REUTERS/Mahmoud Raouf Mahmoud (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein yells in court as he receives the verdict, as a bailiff attempts...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein yells in court as he receives verdict during trial in Baghdad
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein yells in court as he receives the verdict, as a bailiff attempts to restrain him, during his trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang by the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
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November 05, 2006
Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid (L) and Abdullah Kazim Ruwayyid react to the verdict during their trial held...
Baghdad, Iraq
Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid and Abdullah Kazim Ruwayyid react to verdict during trial in Baghdad
Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid (L) and Abdullah Kazim Ruwayyid react to the verdict during their trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity on Sunday and sentenced to hang by the U.S.-sponsored court that has been trying him in Baghdad for the past year. Two other senior aides, including his half-brother Barzan al-Tikriti, will also hang if automatic appeals fail in the coming months. His vice-president was jailed for life and three minor officials of his Baath party were sentenced to 15 years. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (IRAQ)
IRAQ
RTR1J0VH
November 05, 2006
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yells in court as he receives his verdict, as a bailiff attempts...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yells in court as he receives verdict, as bailiff attempts to silence...
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yells in court as he receives his verdict, as a bailiff attempts to silence him, during his trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity and sentenced to hang on Sunday at a lightning session of the U.S.-backed court trying him in Baghdad. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (IRAQ)
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