Court Preps for Saddam Trial An Iraqi special tribunal turns its focus to procedural details needed to set up prosecutions of Saddam Hussein and senior officials of his former regime. A decision has been made to lift a ban on the death penalty in Iraq. Meanwhile, insurgents target two hotels in central Baghdad. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and NPR's Philip Reeves.
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Tribunal Focuses on Next Steps in Prosecuting Saddam

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Tribunal Focuses on Next Steps in Prosecuting Saddam

Tribunal Focuses on Next Steps in Prosecuting Saddam

Tribunal Focuses on Next Steps in Prosecuting Saddam

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An Iraqi special tribunal turns its focus to procedural details needed to set up prosecutions of Saddam Hussein and senior officials of his former regime. A decision has been made to lift a ban on the death penalty in Iraq. Meanwhile, insurgents target two hotels in central Baghdad. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and NPR's Philip Reeves.