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Hunt for Iraqi Weapons Bears Little Fruit
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Hunt for Iraqi Weapons Bears Little Fruit

Hunt for Iraqi Weapons Bears Little Fruit

Hunt for Iraqi Weapons Bears Little Fruit
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A list of 1,000 potential sites housing weapons of mass destruction in Iraq has been pared to about three dozen facilities. So far, there's scant evidence of the weapons that helped trigger the war to depose Saddam Hussein. Hear former U.N. weapons inspector Terry Taylor, international relations expert Ellen Laipson and NPR's Linda Wertheimer.

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