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Saddam Leads U.S. Army to Two Wanted Figures

Intelligence from Saddam Hussein and documents in his briefcase have led to the capture of two key figures wanted by American occupation troops in Iraq, a U.S. army spokesman said Monday. “It has led to the capture of two important men,” Capt. Jason Beck of the U.S. 1st Armored Division told Reuters. He did not identify them but said one of the men was a senior figure associated with the toppled Iraqi leader. Beck said Saddam handed over information on the two men and intelligence was also obtained from his briefcase, which was found with Saddam when he was seized from an underground hideout near his hometown of Tikrit Saturday. Only 14 of a list of 55 Iraqis wanted by the United States military are unaccounted for. The others were killed or captured. Full Story

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