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Saddam Verdict Unleashes Violence Fears

In a world sharply divided on Iraq since the U.S.-led war began in 2003, Saddam Hussein’s death sentence unleashed fears of fresh violence, European condemnation of capital punishment and new questions about the fairness of the tribunal that ordered him to hang. Underscoring the fault lines that split the international community and widened the divide between Muslims and Christians, Islamic leaders warned that Sunday’s verdict could inflame those who revile the United States _ undermining U.S. policy in the volatile Middle East and inspiring terrorists. Full Story

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