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TV revives bloody past as Iraq awaits Saddam trial

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A man describes how Saddam Hussein's secret police shoved a dissident's baby into a sack with a vicious cat that scratches it. Undercover agents throw a man to his death from the roof of a building.

Iraqis expect more blood when Saddam takes stand

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The expected announcement of a trial date for Saddam Hussein stirs mixed emotions in Iraqis. Some hope he is executed. Others want him back.

Iraqis expect more blood when Saddam takes stand

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The expected announcement of a trial date for Saddam Hussein stirs mixed emotions in Iraqis. Some hope he is executed. Others want him back.

Iraqis expect more blood when Saddam takes stand

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The expected announcement of a trial date for Saddam Hussein stirs mixed emotions in Iraqis. Some hope he is executed. Others want him back.

Grieving over the mess at tsunami graves

From SHAHNAAZ HABIB in Acheh.

Saddam composed in face of judge's questions

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Stroking his beard, Saddam Hussein looked relaxed and confident as a judge questioned him about the killings of dozens of Shi'ite villagers, a test case Iraq's government believes might make for a swift trial.

Cambodians pray for victims on anniversary

Cambodians gathered yesterday at mass graves where 8,000 of their countrymen perished under the Khmer Rouge, praying with Buddhist monks for the victims on the 30th anniversary of the genocidal regime's seizure of power.

Rape of Nanjing forever remembered

Zhen Youfu is one of millions of Chinese who annually make a pilgrimage to the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall, a haunting temple that commemorates those slaughtered by Japanese troops during World War II.

Lankan train makes maiden journey on tsunami death track

Sri Lanka reopened its tsunami-ravaged railroad on Sunday, sending the first train along the reconstructed tracks past the spot where the Dec 26 killer waves swept away a passenger train, killing nearly 2,000 people.

Lack of direction hampers clean-up efforts

Zainal Abidin threw himself on the ground in front of the Indonesian soldier and challenged him to shoot.