|2008: "An Iraqi poet gives a recital in praise of Saddam Hussein while a group of children carry his pictures over his grave in the village of Awja on April 28, 2008. Supporters of Saddam marked the anniversary of the executed Iraqi dictator's birth with poems and songs of praise by his grave in his native village of Awja. A few dozen Saddam relatives and loyalists participated in a small ceremony by his grave in a hall in the village near the central city of Tikrit, capital of Salaheddin province." Photo from Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images
||2006: "An Iraqi boy watches a TV set in a tavern in Baghdad as state TV transmits a video of the execution. Photograph: Adil al-Khazali/AP" Picture posted at the blog page of The Guardian.
||2008: poster put up on the wallls of Arab quarter in Singapore with comments scribbled onb it in Chinese saying "Bastard", posted on Flickr. The comment of the photographer reads: "Hilariously vandalised, a minute protest that has been insulted, found at a corner of Arab Street."
||2003/2004: phpgraph taken by American soldier right after the arrest of Saddam Hussein as published on the website of 'Laugh @ Liberals', with a kind of dumb comment: The Perp Walk. “Hey can I get a room with Martha Stewart?” One of the many examples in the American press of ridiculing the former dictator
||2006: photograph posted on Flickr of torn poster calling for the arrest of Mladic andKkaradzic on a wall in Sarajevo.
||2006: shrine in a tent with Christian icons including Karadzic and Mladic; picture taken during Guca brass band festival in Serbia by a lady from Brooklyn New York, her comment on the Flickr page where she posted her photographs: "Saints? The hell?"
||2004: "Guca Karadzic Heldenverehrung für Kriegsverbrecher" (Guca, Karadzic, hero worship of war criminal), German tourits coming to this music festival are astonished by this blunt public representation... Posted on Flickr
||2008: "Serbian protestors wave Serbian flags and hold a picture of Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic during an anti-Kosovo independence rally in Belgrade on February 21, 2008." Photo from Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images
||2008: "Serbian Minister Rasim Ljajic (Head of the Coordination Team with the Hague Tribunal) holds a handout photo released during a press conference in Belgrade on July 22, 2008 and showing top war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic. Top war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic worked in a medical clinic under a false name and had tried to conceal his identity with a white beard before his arrest, a Serbian minister said today." Photo from Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images