Iraq Aftermath

NPR's Mike Shuster reports that Iraq says the UN weapons inespections in Iraq ended when the US and Britain launched air strikes against Baghdad. Washington and London said the air strikes were approved because of Iraq's failure to comply with the arms inspectors. The United Nations, the US and Britain now must decide what to do next in terms of arms inspections and the issue of international sanctions against Baghdad.

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