Saddam's Men Strike Back, Leave River of Blood

(Times-UK) James Hider - Abu Qaddum lays out the pictures of mutilated bodies dredged from the Tigris River like a player dealing cards. Some had their hands cut off, others are headless or burnt. Another was strangled. He thinks one corpse might be his younger brother. The shocking images come from Iraq's new killing fields - the small town of Madain just 20 miles from Baghdad. "I think there may be 300 bodies in the Tigris," Abu Qaddum - a resident who survived the massacre - told The Times Thursday.

2005-04-22 00:00:00

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