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Sunday, July 04, 2004
Saddam flummoxes his captors
BAGHDAD, JULY 3.The thinned-out face of Saddam Hussein broadcast from his first courtroom hearing may not have been entirely due to the stress of his impending trial. For in between the interrogations which appear to have yielded little for the ...
Britain not to oppose death penalty for Saddam
LONDON, JULY 3. Although Britain is against the death penalty in principle and has conveyed this to Iraq, it is not likely to intervene if the former Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein, were to be executed after a proper trial by a sovereign ...
Decks cleared for election of Shaukat Aziz
ISLAMABAD, JULY 3. Decks have been cleared for election of Shaukat Aziz as a member of the Pakistan National Assembly and his subsequent elevation as the Prime Minister with the announcement of Election Commission to hold by-elections to the ...
650 U.S. citizens to be evacuated
MANAMA, JULY 3.Around 650 U.S. military dependents are being evacuated from Bahrain following `credible' information that Islamist extremists could attack or kidnap Americans in the Kingdom. Commander Jamie Graybeal, Public Affairs Officer for ...
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