Britain Proposes Disarmament Conditions for Iraq

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Britain lays out six conditions it says Iraq must meet to avoid a war, including a TV appearance by Saddam Hussein renouncing weapons of mass destruction. The demands coincide with efforts by the U.S. and Britain to forge agreement within the U.N. Security Council on a new resolution on Iraq. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.

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