Analysts: Iraq Has Plenty of Evidence to Try Saddam An Iraqi tribunal for Saddam Hussein is currently being fashioned that would be run by Iraqis but invoke international as well as Iraqi law. Human rights groups that have helped prosecute war crimes and genocide cases elsewhere in the world prefer an international tribunal, but U.S. and Iraqi officials are standing by their Iraqi-based operation. NPR's Christopher Joyce reports.
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Analysts: Iraq Has Plenty of Evidence to Try Saddam

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Analysts: Iraq Has Plenty of Evidence to Try Saddam

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Analysts: Iraq Has Plenty of Evidence to Try Saddam

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An Iraqi tribunal for Saddam Hussein is currently being fashioned that would be run by Iraqis but invoke international as well as Iraqi law. Human rights groups that have helped prosecute war crimes and genocide cases elsewhere in the world prefer an international tribunal, but U.S. and Iraqi officials are standing by their Iraqi-based operation. NPR's Christopher Joyce reports.