Co-defendants in Saddam Hussein’s trial have given testimony for the first time about their alleged role in a mass killing, at their trial in Baghdad. Almost 150 villagers were killed in Dujail in 1982 after an assassination attempt on the deposed Iraqi leader. At the last hearing some two weeks ago, Saddam Hussein told the court he alone was responsible for the killings but insisted no crime had been committed.Full Story
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