U.S. Offers Pay for Proof of Chemical, Biological Arms

As U.S. troops in Iraq continue their search for weapons of mass destruction, the Pentagon offers financial rewards to any Iraqi who can offer firm evidence that Saddam Hussein's government had chemical or biological weapons. Hear Amy Smithson of the Chemical and Biological Weapons Nonproliferation Project.



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