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Iraqi Woman Faces Trial in Jordan Attacks

Veiled and chained at the ankles, a 35-year-old Iraqi woman went on trial Monday on charges of trying to carry out a suicide attack on a Jordanian hotel. Sixty-three people died when suicide bombers struck three hotels in Amman last Nov. 9. Sajida Mubarak al-Rishawi, 35, is charged in the attacks carried out by her husband and two other suicide bombers. Al-Rishawi’s explosives belt failed to detonate, she was arrested after fleeing the scene and later made a televised confession. Full Story

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