Tears for Saddam

An Iraqi woman weeps as she sits next to the tomb of Iraq's former leader <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST000983" title="Saddam Hussein" href="/topic/arts-culture/saddam-hussein-PEHST000983.topic">Saddam Hussein</a> in his northern home village of Awja on the outskirts of the city of Tikrit, Iraq on Tuesday. Sunni Arab supporters of Saddam Hussein marked the anniversary of the executed Iraqi dictator's birth. He would have turned 72-years-old.
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( Getty Images photo by Mahmud Saleh / April 28, 2009 )

An Iraqi woman weeps as she sits next to the tomb of Iraq's former leader Saddam Hussein in his northern home village of Awja on the outskirts of the city of Tikrit, Iraq on Tuesday. Sunni Arab supporters of Saddam Hussein marked the anniversary of the executed Iraqi dictator's birth. He would have turned 72-years-old.

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