Saddam's Capture Sets Off Flurry of Activity

U.S. troops capture Saddam Hussein outside his hometown of Tikrit, where he was hiding in an underground chamber. The former dictator's capture sparks a mix of reactions in Iraq, from jubilation among soldiers to the Governing Council's plans for his prosecution. NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports.

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