Saddam Adviser's Missing Wife Found Hilma Al-Saadi, wife of a science adviser to Saddam Hussein, is hospitalized with serious injuries after Tuesday's bombing of the U.N. post in Baghdad. Her whereabouts had been unknown for some time after the bombing. NPR's Anne Garrels, who earlier interviewed Hilma Al-Saadi, talks with her again.
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Saddam Adviser's Missing Wife Found

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Saddam Adviser's Missing Wife Found

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Saddam Adviser's Missing Wife Found

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Hilma Al-Saadi, wife of a science adviser to Saddam Hussein, is hospitalized with serious injuries after Tuesday's bombing of the U.N. post in Baghdad. Her whereabouts had been unknown for some time after the bombing. NPR's Anne Garrels, who earlier interviewed Hilma Al-Saadi, talks with her again.