Saddam Hussein attends genocide trial

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October 11, 2006 10:58

 
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Saddam Hussein took his seat in the dock in his genocide trial Wednesday, a day after the presiding judge threw him out of court in a raucous session during which witnesses testified that women were raped while in detention during a 1980s crackdown on the Kurds. With Saddam and his six co-defendants sitting quietly, chief judge Mohammed Oreibi al-Khalifa called on a Kurdish witness to take the stand.

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