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Saddam death not dignified, says Bush

August 29, 2018
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US President George Bush says Saddam Hussein could have been hangedin a ‘more dignified way’. – (The Age — 7 January, 2007)
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Since the former Iraqi leader was hanged on the first day of one of the holiest Islamic feasts where violence is forbidden, in an execution steeped in sectarian overtones, his public image in the Arab world, formerly that of a �tyrant� and �dictator�, has undergone a resurgence of admiration and respect. (Aljazeera — 7 January, 2007)
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Saddam Hussein’s public image in the Arab world has undergone a resurgence of admiration and awe. (New York Times — 6 January, 2007)
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Egypt’s president says the circumstances of Saddam Hussein’s execution have turned him into a martyr. (BBC News — 6 January, 2007)
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Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has threatened to review relations with countries that have criticised the bungled execution of former president Saddam Hussein Mr Maliki says the hanging was an (ABC News — 7 January, 2007)
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United States President George W Bush says Saddam Husseins execution should have been carried out in a more dignified way but insists justice has been done Mr Bush says he expects a full investi (ABC News — 5 January, 2007)
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The US President and the Iraqi Prime Minister have agreed during a phone call that an investigation into the handling of Saddam Husseins execution is the right thing to do US President George W (ABC News — 5 January, 2007)
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Iraq PM Nouri Maliki says his government may review ties with any country criticising Saddam Hussein’s hanging. (BBC News — 6 January, 2007)
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