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Iraq/U.N.

Iraq/U.N.

Iraq/U.N.

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NPR's Michele Kelemen reports on the split in the U.N. Security Council about possible sanctions and military action against Iraq. Now that Saddam Hussein has offered to allow weapons inspectors into his country, the Bush administration may have difficulty convincing U.N. member countries to pass tough resolutions against Iraq. (3:43)
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