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Weapons Inspection Stalemate

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Weapons Inspection Stalemate

Weapons Inspection Stalemate

Weapons Inspection Stalemate

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— NPR's Martha Raddatz reports that President Clinton is seriously weighing his choices for settling the weapons inspection stalemate in Iraq. Military action against Saddam Hussein is a serious option. Officials worry any military option could be seen as a diversion from the sex scandal at home.

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