Iraq today gave U.S. members of the U.N. weapons inspection team in Iraq a week to leave the country, setting the stage for yet another confrontation with the U.N. over compliance with agreement signed by Iraq at the end of the Gulf War. Iraqi leadership had been debating whether to throw all the inspectors out, but settled for the moment for just the Americans. The U.S. and the U.N. are, predictably, not pleased. Iraq appears to be testing western resolve following symbolic victory in U.N. last week on enforcing embargo against Iraq. NPR's Ann Cooper reports.