Lawyer Says Aziz Won't Testify Against Saddam

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Saddam Hussein's former Deputy Prime Minister, Tariq Aziz, is spending his days in jail reading the Bible and the Koran and preparing for his defense. But his lawyer says Aziz has no intention of testifying against Saddam when the former Iraqi leader is finally brought to trial. Hear NPR's Lourdes Garcia Navarro.



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