Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:
In a scene of triumph and jubilation televised live throughout the world, Iraqi citizens in the heart of Baghdad -- with help from a U.S. tank -- topple a huge statue of Saddam Hussein and begin dancing on it.
• Youths bounce new tires down the street, a pickup truck spins away with an air conditioner in the back. In a free for all, Iraqis in Baghdad pillage offices of the government that ruled them for decades, making away with refrigerators, mattresses, telephones, even doors.
• While officials from the United States appear cautiously optimistic Saddam Hussein had been killed in a targeted airstrike Monday, several media reports indicate their allies across the pond are more skeptical.
• Iraqis show journalists a white stone jail where they claim Saddam Hussein's secret police for decades tortured inmates with beatings, mutilations, electric shocks and chemical baths.
• U.S. special operations troops and Kurdish peshmerga fighters seize a strategic mountaintop in northern Iraq, eliminating a crucial air defense installation near the government-held city of Mosul.
• As resistance in Baghdad crumbles, U.S. forces are now targeting President Saddam Hussein's desert hometown, a redoubt bristling with loyalists who could be bent on making it the site of the regime's last stand.
Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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