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By Hasan Suroor
"She is coordinating negotiations in Baghdad which are led by Lt. Gen Ricardo Sanchez , the Commander of American forces in Iraq,'' it claimed.
The report said Mr. Hussein was `demanding' safe passage to Belarus . It quoted a "senior Iraqi'' as saying that Mr. Hussein was now "desperate, trapped and finding fewer and fewer persons willing to give him shelter''.
Explaining the U.S. rationale, which had "vowed never to negotiate with Saddam and wanted to take him dead or alive,'' the paper said "the White House hopes the clandestine talks will allow them to pinpoint the tyrant's exact location''. It said the talks had been going on for nine days when "Saddam's English-speaking representative walked into the U.S. HQ at Tikrit the dictator's home town on September 12 and asked to talk to senior officers''.
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