Reaction To U.N./Iraq Agreement

— NPR's Tom Gjelten reports from the United Nations that the U.S. and Britain are expressing tentative approval for the U.N. agreement that Secretary-General Kofi Annan signed in Baghdad with Iraq's leaders. But the Clinton Administration and Blair government also are voicing doubts about the agreement, saying its effectiveness will only be known when U.N. weapons inspectors attempt to carry out new weapons inspections in Iraq. Today, Secretary-General Annan briefs the U.N. Security Council.

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