Azza al-Douri The former Iraqi Vice President Saddam Hussein dead
Azza al-Douri The former Iraqi Vice President Saddam Hussein dead, Numerous Iraqi media reports circulated about the death of Saddam Hussein's former Iraqi vice president, Azza al-Duri.

The newspaper "Iraq News" published in English, and several Iraqi sites a declaration attributed to Raghad Saddam Hussein, the daughter of the late Iraqi president refers to the death of Azza al-Duri.

The Iraqi website quoted a source close to Saddam Hussein's lawyer, Haitham al-Harash, as saying that he was assigned by Saddam's daughter to send a condolence message to the family of Azza al-Duri, after his death.
The source explained that the deputy of Saddam Hussein died in a hospital in Tunisia, after a conflict with a disease in the blood, without explaining the nature of the disease and the location of the hospital.

The Iraqi authorities have been searching for Azzah al-Duri for the past 15 years, 15 years after the fall of the regime of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, after the US invasion of Baghdad in 2003, and has been accused of many charges of involvement in crimes with the regime of Saddam Hussein, and involvement in terrorist operations.

US forces invaded Iraq on March 20, 2003, causing the collapse of President Saddam Hussein's regime, which ruled Iraq for 24 years, killed 4,500 US troops during the invasion and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis. Saddam Hussein was executed after his trial in 2006.

Azza al-Douri appeared in more than one video, the last of which was the April 71 anniversary of the founding of the Iraqi Baath party, which addressed many messages to Iraqis and a number of Arab countries.

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