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Iraqi Government Makes Plans to Take Custody of Saddam

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Iraqi Government Makes Plans to Take Custody of Saddam

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Iraqi Government Makes Plans to Take Custody of Saddam

Iraqi Government Makes Plans to Take Custody of Saddam

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Iraq's interim government details its plan to take custody of ousted ruler Saddam Hussein on June 30. Iraq's national security advisor says the exchange will be televised, featuring an American soldier who will hand over Hussein to an Iraqi policeman, who will handcuff and take charge of him. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.

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