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Have Satellite, Will Spy

Have Satellite, Will Spy

Have Satellite, Will Spy
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Iraq says it has no weapons of mass destruction, but the world is doubtful. An independent organization called Global Security is one of a handful of groups outside the military trying to assess the situation. They're using commercial satellites — and the occasional hand-drawn map by Iraqi defectors. NPR' s David Kestenbaum reports for Weekend Edition Saturday. (5:15)
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