Saddam, Aides in Iraqi Custody Saddam Hussein and 11 senior officials of his deposed regime are transferred into the legal custody of the Iraqi interim government, though they remain guarded by U.S. forces. Saddam will appear in court Thursday, where he faces charges including war crimes and crimes against humanity. Hear NPR's Philip Reeves.
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Saddam, Aides Transferred to Iraqi Custody

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Saddam, Aides Transferred to Iraqi Custody

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Saddam Hussein and 11 senior officials of his deposed regime are transferred into the legal custody of the Iraqi interim government, though they remain guarded by U.S. forces. Saddam will appear in court Thursday, where he faces charges including war crimes and crimes against humanity. Hear NPR's Philip Reeves.

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