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Media Focus on Saddam Hussein Execution
Fri Dec 29, 2006 21:29

Media Focus on Saddam Hussein Execution

Washington, Dec 29 (Prensa Latina) The possible hanging of toppled Iraqi President Saddam Hussein attracts attention from the media and international political circles.

# Bush Wants Thousands More to Iraq

US sectors demand the execution of the ex Iraqi head of state, also key target of the March 2003 invasion turned a threat to US national security.

However, voices from around the world call to stop the execution of a man that quietly waits at a Pentagon jail in Baghdad.

Austrian nationalist Joerg Haider called Europeans to help stop the execution and judge President George W. Bush and ex Defense Secretary Donald Rumfelds as criminals of war.

The charges would be to lead a war against a peaceful country they plunged in chaos and where they murdered, tortured, raped women.

"Sterreich" daily says Haider thinks Saddam should get asylum at any corner of the world.

In the US, while CNN network keeps the news at top headlines, Washington is busy devising a solution to the crisis in the Middle East country.

Among them, increasing the US troops and speeding up the Iraqi troops" training to lead the new domestic security strategy.

Meanwhile, Hussein"s hanging will add fuel to the anti-foreign occupants flame, and although the Pentagon claims to be ready to reign violence the US death toll will rocket.


Bush Wants Thousands More to Iraq

Washington, Dec 28 (Prensa Latina) US President George W. Bush showed intentions Friday of further hardening his policy with Iraq, with between 17 and 20,000 more soldiers packed off to that country.

According to the New York Times, Bush is also looking at new economic initiatives.

Bush met with top officials of his national security team on his farm in Crawford, Texas, on Thursday, to analyze new military strategies in Iraq.

In a press conference after his meeting, Bush said that there was some progress in the design of a new war strategy in Iraq, but he refrained from giving details.

Meanwhile, violence continued escalating in Iraq on Friday, where a suicide bomb attack at a mosque in Diyala province left ten dead.

Tension is also prevailing in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad on Friday after Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al Maliki said that the execution of the ousted Iraqi President Saddam Hussein will be held as scheduled.

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