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Tareq al-Hashemi, found guilty in absentia of plotting two murders, dismisses verdict as "politically motivated".
Tareq al-Hashemi found guilty in absentia by criminal court of masterminding the killing of two people.
Accused by government of involvement in past violence, Hashimi says he is ready to stand trial in Kurdistan.
Saddam Hussein, the former president of Iraq, has been sentenced to death by a Baghdad court after being found guilty of crimes against humanity.

The genocide trial against Saddam Hussein has been adjourned after a day of high drama in the Baghdad court.

At least 13 people have died in an air assault by US forces in the Iraqi city of Ramadi just an hour after a bomber killed nine people outside a Baghdad court.
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