POLICE in Sweden revealed last night that Iraq’s former information minister may have been involved in the brutal murder of an Iraqi agent in Stockholm 18 years ago.
AS BAGHDAD collapsed around him, he stood defiant. The Americans and British were imperialists, blood-suckers, losers and fools who would not take the city.
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MOHAMMED Saeed al-Sahhaf, the Iraqi information minister, has made his television comeback - and finally conceded defeat in the second Gulf war.
ONE of the most remarkable figures of the Iraq war has resurfaced for the first time since the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime.
SADDAM HUSSEIN’S ridiculed spin doctor, who was dubbed Comical Ali for his bizarre explanation of events during the recent Gulf war, has been arrested, it was reported today.
GULF War icon Comical Ali is to star in his own video featuring the sultan of spin’s greatest soundbites.
WHEN it came to the crunch, Mohammed Said al-Sahhaf ducked out by the back door, with a scarf around his head replacing his famous black beret.
THE nearest Osama al-Sahhaf can get to his infamous father - if he is alive - is a talking doll, which screams: "NO! I am not scared!" and costs $35.95 plus postage from the villain action series at herobuilders.com.
MOHAMMED al-Sahhaf has made his last exaggerated utterance, according to reports from Iran that claim "Comical Ali" has committed suicide.
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TWO of the key figures in the Iraqi regime yesterday appeared to have accepted that it was all over for Saddam Hussein.
ON THE roof of the Palestine Hotel, Mohammed al-Sahhaf was still living in an orbit of his own yesterday and spinning his peculiarly personal view on the progress of the war.
MOHAMMED Saeed al-Sahhaf’s defiant words were drowned out by rattling small arms fire and tanks rumbling into Baghdad.
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