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More Reports on the Death of Saddam Hussein

Al-Quds al-Arabiya, an Arabic newspaper printed in London, has published witnesses' testimony proving that Saddam Hussein and his entourage died of a US bombing of Al-Mansour on April 7.

Hussein and around 15 of the country's top leaders and top brass entered a building next to the Al-Saa restaurant. 40 minutes later, the building was bombed. According to witnesses, the house was uninhabited and they did not know who owns it.

The bombs also destroyed the restaurant and three neighboring buildings, leaving a crater with a diameter of 18 meters.

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