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Weapons Experts Say Iraqi Missiles Exceed U.N. Limits

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Weapons Experts Say Iraqi Missiles Exceed U.N. Limits

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Weapons Experts Say Iraqi Missiles Exceed U.N. Limits

Weapons Experts Say Iraqi Missiles Exceed U.N. Limits

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A team of international arms experts concludes that the range of Iraq's al-Samoud 2 missiles exceed the 93-mile limit allowed under U.N. resolutions. Meanwhile, France, Germany and Belgium reject a U.S. plan to use NATO resources to prepare to defend Turkey. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.

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