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Saddam Son-in-Law Surrenders, Iraqi Opposition Says

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Saddam Son-in-Law Surrenders, Iraqi Opposition Says

Saddam Son-in-Law Surrenders, Iraqi Opposition Says

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Saddam Hussein's last surviving son-in-law has returned to Iraq from Syria and turned himself in, the Iraqi National Congress says. Jamal Mustafa Abdallah Sultan al-Tikriti was deputy head of the Tribal Affairs Office in Saddam's ousted regime and is No. 40 on the U.S. list of 55 most wanted Iraqi regime leaders. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

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