Iraqi pleads guilty to spying for Saddam Hussein

An Iraqi living in the United States has pleaded guilty to spying for former dictator Saddam Hussein's government. US Attorney Rod Rosenstein said on Sunday that US troops found documents in Iraq that helped make the case against 67-year-old Saubhe Jassim Al-Dellemy. According to his plea, Al-Dellemy shredded documents at the Iraqi Embassy in Washington that identified Iraqi intelligence agents working in the US Al-Dellemy faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison when he's sentenced in March. He pleaded guilty to conspiracy to act as an agent for a foreign government.