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Iraq UN Inspections
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Iraq UN Inspections

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Iraq UN Inspections
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Host Renee Montagne talks to Charles Duelfer, former deputy chief of UNSCOM, the agency that carried out weapons inspections in Iraq. They discuss the possibility that today's meeting in New York between UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and Iraq's Foreign Minister Naji Sabri could lead to resumption of weapons inspections.

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