U.N. Security Council Gets Iraq Arms Update

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The U.N. Security Council receives copies of the latest report by U.N. weapons inspectors working in Iraq. Meanwhile, a meeting is planned Saturday in Baghdad between weapons inspectors and Iraqi officials. They'll discuss destroying Iraqi missiles. Hear NPR's Vicky O'Hara, NPR's Robert Siegel and Paul Eedle of Britain's Channel 4 News.



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