The verdict is the first against the ousted Islamist leader since he was detained nearly three years ago.
The attack may be the deadliest in Sanaa since the Saudi-led campaign against Houthi rebels began.
There is no confirmation, however, that the dead man is Izzat Ibrahim Douri, the notorious “king of clubs.”
Intense fighting is starving Yemen of fuel, leaving residents increasingly unable to flee bombing raids.
The corpses offer some of the first concrete evidence about a terrible massacre of Shiite soldiers in Tikrit.
A humanitarian crisis spiraled amid signs that some security forces had abandoned their posts.
Izzat Ibrahim Douri has been on the run since the fall of Saddam Hussein.
After the Joint List made history in last month’s elections, expectations are now very high.
Aramaic-speaking Assyrians are being driven from Syria and Iraq by war and the militant group.
Russia has called for a wider block on weapons reaching Yemen’s conflict, but did not veto the U.N. vote.
Israel issued about 100 vehicle permits to “assist doctors in completing their life-saving mission.”
The deal has been criticized by the United States and its allies.
The violence marked the latest sign the militants are gaining footholds in North Africa.
Jason Rezaian, imprisoned almost nine months, still has no trial date, a semiofficial news agency reported.
A cinema festival offered a moment of hope. But the reviews from Islamic conservatives were not good.