Saddam's wife, daughter on Iraq's most wanted list

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July 2, 2006 21:16

 
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Saddam Hussein's wife and eldest daughter - along with the new leader of al-Qaida in Iraq - are among 41 people on the Iraqi government's most wanted list, a top official announced Sunday. Iraq's national security adviser, Mouwafak al-Rubaie, also said the former al-Qaida in Iraq boss, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, has been buried in a "secret location" in Baghdad. Al-Zarqawi died June 7 in a US air strike northeast of Baghdad. Al-Rubaie told reporters that the government was releasing the most wanted list "so that our people can know their enemies." Saddam's wife, Sajida Khairallah Tulfah, was No. 17 on the list just behind his eldest daughter Raghad. Sajida is believed to be living in Qatar, and Raghad lives in Jordan, where she was given refuge by King Abdullah II.

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