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Saddam's Sons

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Saddam's Sons

Saddam's Sons

Saddam's Sons

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U.S. officials in Iraq believe they may have killed Saddam Hussein's two sons in a raid in Mosul. Behind Saddam, Uday and Qusay were second and third on the U.S. most-wanted list.

Guest:

Tom Gjelten
*NPR National Security Correspondent

Guy Raz
*NPR Reporter in Baghdad

Simon Robinson
*Time Magazine's Baghdad Bureau Chief

Eric Westervelt
*NPR Reporter, traveling with the U.S. Army's 2nd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division

Don Gonyea
*NPR White House Correspondent

Col. Gary Anderson
*Retired U.S. Marine Corps colonel

Spec. Shane Brooks
*Soldier with the US Army's 2nd Brigade of the Third Infantry Division

Simon Henderson
*Author, Instant Empire: Saddam Hussein's Ambition for Iraq *Former journalist with The Financial Times