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NPR's Steve Inskeep reports on the Bush administration's continuing push for actions against Iraq. Supporters for U.S. strikes say Iraqi President Saddam Hussein remains the most dangerous leader in the Middle East, and they worry about his acquiring nuclear weapons. But international advisers and former military officials say engagement in Iraq would destabilize the region, and distract from the current war on terrorism. (8:26)
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