September 2005
Weekly Reader News - Senior;9/23/2005, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p4
Focuses on former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's trial in October 2005. Overview of the trial procedure; Capture of Hussein by U.S. soldiers on December 13, 2003; Crimes committed by Hussein.


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