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U.S. - Iraq

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U.S. - Iraq

U.S. - Iraq

U.S. - Iraq

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The United States has proposed new language for a U.N. Security Council resolution on Iraq. American diplomats are now conferring with the other permanent members of the Council. The United States had originally sought a resolution that included an explicit threat of force if Iraq did not give weapons inspectors unfettered access. The new language reportedly stops short of threatening force but also strengthens the hands of the inspectors. Michele Kelemen reports. (3:30)
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