1. In return, Rev Yasso said that Saddam Hussein donated US$250,000 to his church, which is made up of at least 1,200 families of Middle Eastern descent.
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4. On 30 June 2004, Saddam Hussein, held in custody by US forces at the US base "Camp Cropper", along with 11 other senior Ba'athist leaders, were handed over legally to the interim Iraqi government to stand trial for crimes against humanity and other offences.
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7. Saddam Hussein was last seen in a video which purported to show him in the Baghdad suburbs surrounded by supporters.
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8. Saddam Hussein expressed a wish to have a live televised debate with George W Bush, which was declined.
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13. Saddam Hussein borrowed tens of billions of dollars from other Arab states and a few billions from elsewhere during the 1980s to fight Iran, mainly to prevent the expansion of Shi'a radicalism.
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16. In 1975 Saddam Hussein negotiated an accord with Iran that contained Iraqi concessions on border disputes.
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17. Saddam Hussein made a state visit to France in 1975, cementing close ties with some French business and ruling political circles.
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30. In 1972, Saddam Hussein signed a 15-year Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation with the Soviet Union.
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31. In July 1968, Saddam Hussein participated in a bloodless coup led by Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr that overthrew Abdul Rahman Arif, Salam Arif's brother and successor.
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32. In September 1966, Saddam Hussein initiated an extraordinary challenge to Syrian domination of the Ba'ath Party in response to the Marxist takeover of the Syrian Ba'ath earlier that year, resulting in the Party's formalized split into two separate factions.
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35. Saddam Hussein moved from Syria to Egypt itself in February 1960, and he continued to live there until 1963, graduating from high school in 1961 and unsuccessfully pursuing a law degree.
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