F/Undated file picture shows toppled Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. Hussein has been captured 14 December 2003 in a raid by US forces backed by Kurdish fighters in his northern hometown of Tikrit, a senior Kurdish official told AFP on Sunday.
Undated file picture shows toppled Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. Hussein has been captured 14 December 2003 in a raid by US forces backed by Kurdish fighters in his northern hometown of Tikrit, a senior Kurdish official told AFP on Sunday.
14/12/2003

f: These retouched images of wanted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein
f: These retouched images of wanted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein were released 01 August 2003 by US Central Command (CENTCOM) in Tampa, Florida. Altered photos of Hussein were issued to Coalition forces 31 July to help them recognize the Iraqi leader who, according to CENTCOM, may have changed his appearance to avoid capture. Hussein"s sons, Uday and Qusay Hussein, were slain by US forces after a reported tip-off less than two weeks ago in Mosul.
02/08/2003

Saddam Hussein wears swimming trunks
r - Saddam Hussein wears swimming trunks in a photo from the private archive of an official photographer for the regime, made available June 17, 2003
17/06/2003

Iraqi President Saddam Hussein gives a televised message on an
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein gives a televised message on an Army Day in Baghdad January 6, 2003. A defiant Iraqi President Saddam Hussein on Monday declared his country ready for war and issued his first public criticism of U.N. weapons inspectors, accusing them of spying. REUTERS/Iraq news agency INA
06/01/2003

r - Iraq"s former first family of (clockwise from left) Saddam Hussein"s son-in-law Saddam Kamel and daughter Rana, son Qusay and daughter-in-law Sahar, daughter
r - Iraq"s former first family of (clockwise from left) Saddam Hussein"s son-in-law Saddam Kamel and daughter Rana, son Qusay and daughter-in-law Sahar, daughter Ragda and son-in-law Hussein Kamal, son Uday, daughter Hala, President Saddam Hussein and his first wife Sajda Kher Ala pose in an undated photo from the private archive of an official photographer for the regime. Jordan"s King Abdullah has offered asylum to two daughters of toppled Iraqi President Saddam Hussein on humanitarian grounds, a palace official said July 31, 2003. Dubai-based Al Arabiya television said earlier that the king issued an order admitting Saddam"s daughters, Ragad and Rana. REUTERS/Str REUTERS
01/08/2003

R / Saddam Hussein is embraced by his daughter Rana (R) in an undated photo from the private archive of an official photographer for the regime. Two of Saddam Hussein"s daughters whose
Saddam Hussein is embraced by his daughter Rana (R) in an undated photo from the private archive of an official photographer for the regime. Two of Saddam Hussein"s daughters whose husbands were killed on the orders of the toppled Iraqi president arrived in Jordan on Thursday and were offered asylum by King Abdullah, officials said. Information Minister Nabil al-Sharif told Reuters the king issued an order admitting Raghd, 36, and Rana, 34, on their arrival from Baghdad. REUTERS/Str REUTERS
01/08/2003

Saddam Hussein poses with his sons
r - Saddam Hussein poses with his sons Uday and Qusay (R) in a photo from the private archive of an official photographer for the regime. The most important Iraqi captured by
21/06/2003

Saddam Hussein (C) celebrates his birthday
r - Saddam Hussein (C) celebrates his birthday with (L-R) his first wife Sajda Kher Ala, daughter Ragad, her husband Hussein Kamel, an unidentifed man, his grandson and
17/06/2003

Saddam Hussein sits with his wife
r - Saddam Hussein sits with his wife Sajda Kher Ala (R) in an undated photo from the private archive of an official photographer for the regime, made available June 17, 2003.
17/06/2003

Saddam Hussein plays with his daughter
r - Saddam Hussein plays with his daughter Hala and son Uday (R) in a photo from the private archive of an official photographer for the regime. A set
17/06/2003

Saddam Hussein, lying in bed in uniform
r - Saddam Hussein, lying in bed in uniform, plays with his daughter Hala in an Iran-Iraq War era photo from the private archive of an official photographer for the regime
17/06/2003

Saddam Hussein kisses his grandson Ali
r - Saddam Hussein kisses his grandson Ali, son of his daughter Ragad and her husband Hussein Kamal who was later executed, in an undated photo from the private archive of an official photographer for the regime
17/06/2003

Saddam Hussein visits the clay home
r - Saddam Hussein visits the clay home in which he was born in the town of Tikrit with (L-R) his sons Uday and Qusay, daughters Hala and Ragad, and first wife Sajda Kher Alain (4th R) in an undated photo from the private archive of an official photographer
17/06/2003

Saddam Hussein holds his grandson Mustafa
r - Saddam Hussein holds his grandson Mustafa, whose father is Saddam"s son Qusay, in an undated photo from the private archive of an official photographer for the regime. A set of home videos and photos shot by a personal cameraman
17/06/2003
الرئيس العراقي
صدام حسين
يتجول بين أبناء شعبه في شوارع بغداد الجمعة 4/4/2003
04/04/2003

الرئيس صدام حسين يخاطب العراقيين
الرئيس العراقي صدام حسين يلقي خطابا الاثنين 24/3/2003
24/03/2003

Iraqi President Saddam Hussein appears on Iraqi state television at a meeting with military advisors that the station said was held March 21, 2003.
الرئيس العراقي صدام حسين على شاشة التلفزيون العراقي أثناء اجتماع مع مستشاريه في بغداد الجمعة 21/3/2003.
22/03/2003