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Experts Raise Estimates of Iraqi Missiles' Range
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Experts Raise Estimates of Iraqi Missiles' Range

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Experts Raise Estimates of Iraqi Missiles' Range

Experts Raise Estimates of Iraqi Missiles' Range
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Chief weapons inspector Hans Blix has demanded that Iraq destroy its Al Samoud missiles because of their range. Other inspectors and military officials say the weapons can travel greater distances than earlier believed. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel, Maj. Gen. Robert Scales, former weapons inspector Tim McCarthy and Richard Speier, who recently published an analysis of Al Samoud missiles.

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