The Iraqi government accused Jordan on Sunday of allowing members of Saddam Hussein’s family living there to fund a network seeking to destabilize Iraq. Government spokesman Laith Kubba said the former Iraqi dictator’s relatives in Jordan have “huge amounts of money” to support efforts to revive his Baath Party organizations. Kubba did not specify the family members, but Saddam’s two oldest daughters live in the Jordanian capital, Amman.Full Story
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