U.S. Offers Reward for Saddam The U.S. government offers a $25 million reward for either the capture of ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein or information confirming his death. The offer comes on a day when 10 American soldiers are wounded in various attacks around Iraq that U.S. officials blame on Saddam loyalists. Hear NPR's Deborah Amos.
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U.S. Offers $25 Million for Finding Saddam

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U.S. Offers $25 Million for Finding Saddam

U.S. Offers $25 Million for Finding Saddam

U.S. Offers $25 Million for Finding Saddam

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The U.S. government offers a $25 million reward for either the capture of ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein or information confirming his death. The offer comes on a day when 10 American soldiers are wounded in various attacks around Iraq that U.S. officials blame on Saddam loyalists. Hear NPR's Deborah Amos.

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