NPR's Tom Gjelten reports from the United Nations on the Security Council debate over the new arms inspection agreement reached in Baghdad Monday between Secretary General Kofi Annan and Iraqi officials. The U-S and Britain...which have cautiously accepted the agreement in principle... sought to clarify the details so that there could be no question of Iraq's full complicance on U-N mandated inspections for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
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