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Khalil al-Dalimi”, Iraqi lawyer of ousted dictator of Iraq Saddam Hussein said that Saddam’s mental condition is not good at all and he cries several times a day due to his fear from being handed over to Iraqis and being tried by the new governmen
Kuwaiti-based Al-Anba’ newspaper wrote: “Khalil al-Dalimi”, Iraqi lawyer of ousted dictator of Iraq Saddam Hussein said that Saddam’s mental condition is not good at all and he cries several times a day due to his fear from being handed over to Iraqis and being tried by the new government.” Al-Anba’ continued quoting him: “in the last meeting with Saddam, he wept for a long time.” He emphasized that Saddam has lost control of urinating. Another report says that Deputy of Iranian International Police Office said that regarding the current technologies in the world, criminals don’t know any borders and cross the lines easily, adding: “preliminary steps for extraditing criminals between Iran and Germany have been completed.” Khalil Helali added: “yesterday, in a meeting between the head of Iranian Interpol and Germany’s Interpol, it was agreed to widen police cooperation between Iran and Germany.” About the strength of criminal activity, he said: “foreign criminals plan criminal acts in other places of the world and are financed. And countries should work closely to hunt wanted criminals and extradite them in order to guarantee the security of their societies.” “Iranians in Germany have problems in getting their rights and different parts of Germany present these rights.”

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