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Kuwaiti Minister Seeks Saddam Execution

Kuwait’s information minister slammed Saddam Hussein for defending Iraq’s 1990 invasion of the neighboring Gulf country during his Thursday court appearance in Baghdad and said the former Iraqi leader should be executed. “The criminal still believes he is the president of Iraq,” Mohammed Abul-Hassan told The Associated Press in Kuwait after watching the televised images of Saddam appearing in an Iraqi court. “Just imagine if he was still ruling Iraq.” Saddam is facing seven broad charges, including the 1990 invasion of Kuwait, which was occupied by Iraqi forces for seven months until being liberated by a U.S.-led coalition in the 1991 Gulf War. About 400 people, mostly Kuwaitis, were killed during the occupation and 600 people remain missing.Full Story

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