Saddam’s son’s stolen vehicles recovered


Car lovers in Baghdad got to see something more than machine gun mounted Humvees as police discovered five fancy cars once owned by a notorious son of former dictator Saddam Hussein. The cars, two Rolls Royces and several vintage classics, had been stolen from Odai Hussein’s palace during the looting after the U.S.-led invasion in 2003, police said. For years, the cars were buried beneath the dirt of an orchard in Baghdad’s Dora neighborhood.

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