Arms Inspectors Back To Iraq

Host Bob Edwards talks to NPR's Eric Weiner about the return of U.N. weapons inspectors to Iraq. The inspectors flew in from the Gulf Arab state of Bahrain where they spent six days after they were evacuated from Baghdad. Last week they were pulled out abruptly because of U.S. threats to launch military strike against Iraq over its decision to stop cooperating with the arms monitors.

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