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01/30/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Iraq Readies Torture Museum On Saddam Anniversary

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The man putting together Iraq's newest museum doesn't like to be alone in his office, where he keeps bloodied nooses, a medieval-looking torture device and boxes of documents chronicling atrocities under Saddam Hussein.

"It's uncomfortable. You feel as if there's someone there with you," said the soft-spoken court official, who asked to go unnamed. To escape the eeriness, he works alongside colleagues next door.

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