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Image from Camp Slayer, an area formerly known as the Radwaniyah Presidential Site, which was just one of Saddam's many palaces. This area was off-limits to UN weapons inspection teams prior to the start of the war. The site is located about 9 miles east of central Baghdad, and is adjacent to 'Saddam International Airport'. The compound itself is 9.3 square miles in size, surrounded by three artificial lakes. This was a favorite playground of Saddam and his closest associates. Iraqi T-72 tanks outside of Camp Slayer, Baghdad. The tanks were the outer security for the Radwaniyah Presidential Site.
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Image from Camp Slayer, an area formerly known as the Radwaniyah Presidential Site, which was just one of Saddam's many palaces. This area was off-limits to UN weapons inspection teams prior to the start of the war.  The site is located about 9 miles east of central Baghdad, and is adjacent to 'Saddam International Airport'. The compound itself is 9.3 square miles in size, surrounded by three artificial lakes.  This was a favorite playground of Saddam and his closest associates. Iraqi T-72 tanks outside of Camp Slayer, Baghdad.  The tanks were the outer security for the Radwaniyah Presidential Site.