The United States, Britain and Spain hand the U.N. Security Council a new resolution arguing that Iraq has failed to comply with previous orders to disarm. Meanwhile, France, Germany and Russia offer their own plan to beef up weapons inspections and postpone a rush to war. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.
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