Blair on Iraq

NPR's Guy Raz reports from London that British Prime Minister Tony Blair presented his case for action against Iraq today in an address to a trade union conference in Blackpool. Blair denounced Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein as an "international outlaw" who had developed biological and chemical weapons. The prime minister said the threat from Iraq will erupt if action is not taken against Saddam Hussein. (3:30)
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