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Question 1: The tribunal was initially led by Salem Chalabi a former exile and relative of ________.
Paul WolfowitzApril 2005Ahmed ChalabiAyad Allawi

Question 2: The only Western newspaper to refuse this kind of self-censorship was the British ________ and was criticised by Tony Blair's government as a result.
The GuardianThe IndependentThe TimesThe Sun (newspaper)

Question 3: The Tribunal follows the ________ which is standard in Iraq and uses investigative judges.
PleaAdversarial systemInquisitorial systemCriminal procedure

Question 4: According to British journalist Robert Fisk, the judge, Ra’id Juhi, had indicted Moqtada al-Sadr of murder in April 2004, an important event in the growing ________.
Iraqi security forcesIraqi insurgencyPost-invasion Iraq, 2003–presentCivil war in Iraq

Question 5: ________, Hussein's half-brother and former chief of intelligence (1951-2007)
Iraq WarSaddam HusseinIraqBarzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti

Question 6: Before May 1, 2003 which was after the invasion of Iraq that brought an end to the rule of ________.
Saddam HusseinIran–Iraq WarPost-invasion Iraq, 2003–presentGulf War

Question 7: On September 19, 2004 the New York Times quoted Iraqi interim Prime Minister ________ as saying that he had received Salem's resignation.
Ibrahim al-JaafariSaddam HusseinAyad AllawiNouri al-Maliki

Question 8: The Court was set up by a specific Statute issued under the ________ and now reaffirmed under the jurisdiction of the Iraqi Interim Government.
Opposition to the Iraq WarIraqi insurgencyCoalition Provisional AuthorityIraq War

Question 9:
On June 24, 2007, Ali Hassan al-Majid, Sultan Hashim Ahmed al-Tay, and Hussein Rashid Mohammed were sentenced to hang for their role in the ________ against the Kurds.
Saddam HusseinIran–Iraq WarGulf WarAl-Anfal Campaign

Question 10: The tribunal must impose sentences in line with existing Iraqi law, which includes the ________.
TortureReligion and capital punishmentCapital punishmentStoning







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