NPR's Michele Kelemen reports that a draft resolution on Iraq is the topic of discussion at today's United Nations Security Council meeting. Initially, the United States dealt only with permanent council members. Russia and France did not agree with the resolution, saying the language was too harsh and would ignite a United States war in Iraq. Now, President Bush is trying to generate enough support from all 15 United Nations Security Council members to force Iraq to peacefully comply with weapons inspections. (1:54)
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