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NEWSMAKER - His word was law, but now Saddam faces Iraq court

Saddam goes on trial on Wednesday on charges of crimes against humanity, and could face the death sentence after surviving numerous attempts by his foes to kill him.

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Acehnese celebrate in tents

Survivors of the tsunami that decimated Aceh celebrated Aidil Fitri - or Idul Fitri as it is known in Indonesia - in tents and remembered those who died in the tragedy, writes NANI AFRIDA.

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Acehnese celebrate in tents

Survivors of the tsunami that decimated Aceh celebrated Aidil Fitri - or Idul Fitri as it is known in Indonesia - in tents and remembered those who died in the tragedy, writes NANI AFRIDA.

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U.S. says Iraq several years behind Afghanistan

ADELAIDE, Australia (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld dismissed on Friday growing calls for the United States to start withdrawing forces from Iraq, saying Iraq was several years behind Afghanistan as a secure country.

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Iraqis air disputes at start of Cairo conference

CAIRO (Reuters) - Iraqi politicians began a three-day reconciliation conference on the political future of their country in Cairo on Saturday, airing immediately some of the disputes which have dragged Iraq close to civil war.

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Iraqi president says willing to talk to insurgents

CAIRO (Reuters) - Iraqi President Jalal Talabani said on Sunday he was willing to talk to violent opponents of his government if they wanted to contact him.

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Iraqis bring their divisions to Cairo meeting

CAIRO (Reuters) - Iraqi politicians brought the deep divisions in their country to Cairo on Saturday at the start of a three-day conference meant to promote national reconciliation.

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Treason charge disrupts Iraq reconciliation talks

CAIRO (Reuters) - An accusation of treason in the heat of debate brought a conference of Iraqi politicians to a halt for 15 minutes in Cairo on Saturday, illustrating the delicate task mediators face keeping them all in the same room.

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Iraqi president says willing to talk to insurgents

CAIRO (Reuters) - Iraqi President Jalal Talabani said on Sunday he was willing to talk to violent opponents of his government if they wanted to contact him.

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Iraqis react to Saddam Hussein's trial

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Toppled Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein and seven co-defendants, including his former intelligence chief and younger half-brother Barzan al-Tikriti, are on trial on charges of crimes against humanity.