Here's the latest on Saddam Hussein's trial:
— Adjourned until Tuesday, May 16.
— Began Oct. 19.
— Refuses to enter plea as charges read against him.
— Stood holding a copy of the Quran and insisted he was still Iraq's president.
— Torture of women and children.
— Illegal arrest of 399 people in a crackdown against Shiites in the 1980s.
— Judge Abdel-Rahman entered a "not guilty" plea on Saddam's behalf.
— Has faced numerous delays and setbacks.
— Two defense lawyers were killed soon after it began.
— A previous chief judge was replaced with Abdel-Rahman.